They are works that express the unrequited love chatter of youth. The folds and creases represent time and experience.
The work of "Chattering Orange" seems to speak of the experiences of sweet and sour love of young people (like citrus fruits).
Kayo Sato was born in Fukuoka, Japan. She received her Ph.D in fine art in 2006. She is a versatile and unique artistic innovator adept at working with fiber, including dyeing, weaving, and pleating. Her work is regarded as a contemporary art.
The artist has exhibited her artwork throughout Europe, especially Italy, and is also active in regional promotion, cultural property protection, design education dissemination, and product production, etc.
Kayo currently lives in Japan, working as an artist. While her style of art-making has changed over the years. She continues to enchant the viewer.
“In my work, color is an important factor. My soul is in the color. So I dye the colors myself.
I've always done that and will continue to do so.”
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