Niho Kozuru’s (髙鶴丹穂) creative focus has involved molding various turned objects, ranging from thrown clay to turned wood. Casts from these molds are then reconfigured into columns with undulating silhouettes. Kozuru learned to love turned objects from her family, who have been ceramists in Fukuoka, Japan for many generations. Kozuru takes these rubber casts from her three-dimensional sculptures then reconfigures into two-dimensional compositions. As she plays with positive and negative space, the silhouettes from the original sculptures begin to create bold patterns that join and expand into infinite super-patterns. These mono-casts explore luminous interlocking shapes, patterns and echoing colors while pulsating from within.