Showcasing a vibrant mixed-media portfolio culminated over the past 2 years, the show features over 20 works by Sakiko. Both an emotional outpour and celebration of life, Sakiko’s body of work expresses chaos within social isolation that is keenly felt in a nation built on collectivism (村八分 or murahachibu); rich Japanese tradition that pervades every aspect of art and culture; personal fixations with bodily modification and spiritual conduits via yoga practice.
The exhibition showcases Sakiko’s journey in motherhood, where she presents her inner self during each of her 3 pregnancies – psychedelic street interspersed with motifs of the void she felt throughout the process. There’s also hand-sewn children’s clothing she has crafted while carrying her daughters.
Venue: The Glass Hut, 195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace, #01-25, Singapore 168976
Hours: 30 April, 11am to 9pm
7-8 May, 11am to 9pm
When: 30 Apr - 7 May 2022,
By: The Glass Hut