Berlin-based Chiharu Shiota’s installation, , is exhibited in a former public hall on the island of Teshima.
The Japanese artist has created a tunnel out of old, salvaged windows and doors, in what is one of the few exhibits in the festival that offers a link to the issue of industrial waste in the area.
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In Teshima, the New York-based, Japanese video and photographic artist Mariko Mori has installed , a 4.5 metre sculpture made of glass and inspired by ancient Celtic lores of standing stones.
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She told me that she chose the island as a destination because of its fame as a resort.In Yasujiro Ozu’s film several scenes take place in the town of Onomichi, which faces the Inland Sea.