After his extensive travels through Japan, Pierce was deeply inspired by Japanese architecture and aesthetics. “Stripe I” utilizes the 18th century technique of Shou Sugi Ban (or Yakisugi), a method of preserving wood by charring the surface that creates a deep charcoal-black color. Usually found on the exterior of homes and buildings, this concept is brought into the interior by the artist, making this piece a sophisticated embodiment of his appreciation of the craftsmanship of Pacific cultures.
Recycled EPS, Fiberglass, Resin, Acrylic, Pigment High-Gloss Finish
60" x 60" x 3"
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