Titled, signed and numbered by the artist in bottom margin. Included with this print is the following artist's description: "Implosion - Our modern skills and actions in developing new means to solve problems may also be found in nature. The slow process of dry rot is perhaps a form of implosion. To illustrate this, I show a top and side view of a plank of wood. The dry rot causes the decayed pieces to crumble to the center. The end grain symbolizes the ripple of force from the implosion. Hiroki '94".
Age: Contemporary 1994
Size: paper 22" x 15"; image 14" x 10", framed 25-7/8" x 21-7/8"
Media: Woodblock Print
This work of art is currently framed