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Hanakotoba: The Japanese Language of Flowers

Microscopy x 10, a series of 18 digital photo micrographs, 16 x 22cm; edition of 6


These works take us through a journey of multiplicity not perceived by the naked eye.   

Exploring organic material and natural forms under the microscope, the outcome unveils the unperceived beauty that surrounds us all and confirms we are the sum of a myriad of particles in a complex universe of multiples.


The work extends Marynes Avila's ongoing research on the complexities of multiplicity by exploring 'Hanakotoba', the Japanese Language of Flowers, particularly the study of Cherry Blossoms and Chrysanthemum's Flowers               


BHCAC Artist in Residence

Supported by the Whitehorse City Council


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