Tokyo-based artist Ritsuko Ozeki's intriguing practice blends painting and printmaking, combining a spare aesthetic with subtle remnants of the hand. Although little has been revealed about the artist's upcoming solo exhibition, we know it's inspired by Japanese "boundary-blurring" architectural forms like verandas and shoji screens. How might these inspirations relate to Ozeki's interest in mutual relationships and liminal spaces?
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