July 28-Oct. 8

Contemporary artist Rei Naito is highly acclaimed for work that questions the significance of humanity’s existence on Earth. Inspired by light, air, wind, water, gravity and physical space, her installations have portrayed a sense of hope through explorations of how humans coexist with the colors and sounds of nature.

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