2018 / Only two-hour installation by contemporary artist at sacred space of Buddhist temple in Little Tokyo, March 10

Daishi-do at Koyasan Buddhist Temple

Los Angeles-based contemporary artist Wakana Kimura will install her seminal work on Saturday, March 10, from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the sacred mediation room of the Koyasan Buddhist Temple in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles.

An installation with the title of MOMENT is deliberately calculating the perception of an approach from a common ground to the sacred.

The audience is intentionally moved and shifted without warning from seriousness to the bazaar can be traced through infinite range of subject at the space in-between.

This installation is part of Kimura’s ongoing series of works that deals with combine collaboration within unconventional spaces.

Collecting the resources of the ancient to contemporary, Kimura has intermingled her works into a groundbreaking venture.

This intimate private special two-hour exhibition will be held at the very hidden meditation room called Daishi-do of the Koyasan Buddhist Temple.

This Daishi-do is usually closed to the public and admitted only by the priests. The Koyasan priest has given artist Wakana Kimura a special permission to display her work in the Daishi-do.

WHAT:           MOMENT

WHERE:          Koyasan Buddhist Temple (Daishi-do 2nd floor) 342 East First Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

DATE/TIME:  Saturday, March 10, 2018, Opening 5pm-7pm


For more information, visit www.wakanakimura.com
Koyasan Temple does not reply to inquiries about this installation.