About the Artwork
Central to Yayoi Kusama’s work since the late1950s has been a proliferating circular motif – either polka dots or, conversely a net – which the artist first experienced during childhood hallucinations. Spilling across canvases, sculptures and installations, these dots and whorls vary in tone and character.
Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro Gallery
FRP, metal, urethane paint
200 x 340 x 200 cm