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Salt installation artist Motoi Yamamoto frequently creates awe inspiring works that seem almost impossible to make. The labyrinth being shown today was done at Bellevue Arts Museum over a one week period (Feb 27 – Mar 4, 2012) for the exhibition “Making Mends” which went on view March 1 – May 27, 2012.

Courtesy of Motoi Yamamoto.

Courtesy of Motoi Yamamoto.

Courtesy of Motoi Yamamoto.

Courtesy of Motoi Yamamoto.

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