Yoshimoto's mix of art pieces displayed at Nebraska Innovation Campus

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Yoshimoto’s mix of art pieces displayed at Nebraska Innovation Campus

Yoshimoto's gallery will display a mixture of laser cut sculptures and printed pieces.

“Sundering Microcosm,” a collection of works from Omaha-based artist Jave Yoshimoto, will be on display June 8 to July 31 in the Nebraska Innovation Campus’ Link, Second Floor.

The exhibition features a mix of works, including screen printed pieces and laser-cut relief sculptures, all built at Nebraska Innovation Studio.

The works focus on stories gathered from Yoshimoto’s travels across the country and internationally. The designs are based on manmade and natural disasters, as well as humanitarian issues experienced on his encounters with international refugees in Greece; volunteers he had worked with at Lighthouse Relief, a Swedish non-profit organization focused on providing dignified humanitarian relief; and his observations of the effect of the pandemic on our daily lives.

Yoshimoto is an artist and educator of multi-cultural background. He was born in Japan to Chinese parents and immigrated to California at a young age. Yoshimoto has since traveled and lived in various states, which influenced his artistic practice. He believes in creating art works that are socially conscious and true to his authentic self.

This art exhibition is free and open to the public daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. The Link is located on the second floor, between Nebraska Innovation Campus’ northern-most building and the conference center.

Learn more about Yoshimoto and his work.

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