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Miya created this nighttime installation with 1,000 Obon leaves coated in phosphorous and set adrift in a Peruvian lake. Named for a Japanese festival of lights that honors ancestral spirits, this work is poetic reflection on love and eternity.
New York, NY
Miya Ando is a conceptual artist whose Japanese lineage and Buddhist upbringing resonate throughout her creative practice. Half Japanese and half Russian-American, Miya is a descendant of ancient Bizen sword makers and spent part of her childhood in a Buddhist temple in Japan, as well as on 25 acres of redwood forest in coastal Northern California. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in East Asian Studies before continuing her education at Yale University and apprenticing with a master metalsmith in Japan.