Masae Uezumi's recent work with its strong contours, and exquisitely
hallucinatory handling of vermillion, rose and purple suggests a unity of
vision, a world made whole.
Yet it is also clear that we are being taken in by a field of projection
(a vision of search, let us say) rather than by vision itself (that is,
opticality). The artist's restless exploration is amplified by the spectral
flush her compositions suggestive of a reality that is always in flux within
a flow of duration. If there is any constant to any of this, the artist seems
to be intimating, it is to be intuited by each individual.
Dominique Nahas (A curator and critic based in Manhattan)