#4–6, © Tetsuya Ozaki: Biennale de Lyon 2017

Moré Moré (Leaky): The Falling Water Given

2015–

This work is an extension of fieldwork Moré Moré Tokyo in two dimensions.
By preparing frameworks inspired by Marcel Duchamp, such as the ready-mades, The Large Glass, and Étant donnés, Mohri produces two-dimensional works made by actually causing water leaks to appear at various sites, and attempting to plug them. The work is finished when she successfully manages to control the leak and cause the water to recirculate. A landmark for Mohri, this work looks upon previously neglected corners of the city with a humorous yet critical eye.
This work won Mohri the Grand Prix at the Nissan Art Awards 2015.

See also Moré Moré: Variations

“Moré Moré [Leaky]: The Falling Water Given” © Blaise Adilon: Biennale de Lyon 2017

#4–6 (detail), White Rainbow, London, 2017

#4–6 (detail), White Rainbow, London, 2017

Photo: Keizo Kioku. Courtesy Nissan Art Award 2015

Photo: Keizo Kioku. Courtesy Nissan Art Award 2015

Photo: Keizo Kioku. Courtesy Nissan Art Award 2015

Photo: Keizo Kioku. Courtesy Nissan Art Award 2015

Moré Moré [Leaky]: The Falling Water Given
2015–
Materials: Wood, umbrella, hose, PET bottels, rubber glove, bucket, wheel, duster, sponge, pump, acrylic resin, etc.
Size: 272.5(H) x 175.8(W) x 50(D) mm (x 3 pieces)
Form: Installation

Moré Moré (Leaky): The Falling Water Given