From March 21 to 23, we had an exhibition of Yoko Nishina’s calligraphy and my mountings in Kyoto.

All of the works included some reference to the concept of “Kage”—a term that has nuances of “reflections” as well as “shadow.”

Several of the pieces include 3-D effects in using characters laser-cut in acrylic, floated off the background of the scroll.

Kage Utsurohi exhibition in Kyoto

Interior garden at the Nagae Jūtaku.