The Empty Temple
The Empty Temple is a site specific installation by Bailey
Hikawa influenced by research into labyrinths and maze
patterns, and their prevalence in temples, cathedrals and
spaces of worship. The exhibition leads viewers through
a tour of objects and moments where the facts of
geometry, anatomy and architectural space are
tempered with mysticism.
Hikawa investigates the path as both a navigation
through space and an existential passage. Alternately
irreverent, meaningless, symbolic, and entertaining,
Hikawa’s work reflects a surreal and critical look at
spiritual and physical vacancy.
January 22 - February 20, 2016
Review : Sarah Hotchkiss, KQED
Review: Aaron Harbour, Curioursly Direct