Twenty years ago, that was 1993, the year of tori (“Rooster” in the Japanese Juni Shi Calendar), Yuki Onodera left Tokyo for Paris to seek her creative inspiration. Between 1993 and 1997 she created her first trilogy, starting with “Liquid”, with water as the origin of creation, then she experimented with “Clothes” suspended in the air, and ended with “Birds” flying into nothingness. As she was living in Montmartre she had a window with an unhindered view.
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