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In this small sculpture made out of common household materials, Fukuko puts the brightness back into a used lightbulb with pops of bright color. Placed on a styrofoam pedestal that is already fragile, the thin "legs" made of wood stick look like they're about to tumble any time. The shattering lightbulb and clear ring of tungsten is already here.
Born in Tokyo, Japan / Works in NYC and Montauk, NY
Fukuko's objects are totally non-functional, but in that way, functional in their own worlds. She doesn't try to hide or elevate the textures of cheap, common materials like cardboards, cupcake papers, and loofahs. If anything, her contraptions amplify original materials with bright colors and patterns like seeing an onion flowering for the first time.