Part 2 of the Yokohama Museum of Art.
The Tree of Life. This was the next room.
I wandered into one giant collaboration. This large and circular room, filled with vermillion and tan, swirling monsters just the same as the one in the main pantheon room, all of them rising from one centerpoint. They crept out in all directions, growing as if imitating Yggdrassil, The World Tree.
These large, giant murals reminded me of indigenous patterns, with their tribal inspirations we could see from down under.
- More on Asai Yusuke: https://urano.tokyo/en/artists/yusuke_asai/