Miori Inata “Ise and World Sacred Place”

Tenri Cultural Institute

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There is an overwhelming amount of information in our society today, causing people to be misconstrued between fact and fiction. Miori Inata was also influenced by this flood of information, studied modern art scenes in New York City and worked extensively, however had
found it difficult to fill the emptiness she had been feeling in her heart.

It was in all this commotion she visited the Ise Grand Shrine in Mie Prefecture, Japan, and learned how simplicity is such an invaluable quality in our everyday lives. She felt peace and serenity, and with the graceful spirituality of the shrine was she able to feel tranquility in life.

The artist states, “What most impressed me at the Ise Grand Shrine was the belief that nature protects us, and that we are all a part of it.” Many Japanese believe that countless individual deities are everywhere in nature, including trees, oceans, lands, the sun, and even in the air.



from March 30, 2016 to April 11, 2016
Artist Talk: Saturday, April 2, 2 - 4pm

Opening Reception on 2016-03-31 from 18:00 to 20:00


Miori Inata

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