The Kosode Scroll is a 4.25’ x 33’ mixed media watercolor and collage installation inspired by the flowing designs, lush beauty and tactile elegance of Edo period Japanese textiles. The vertical plane extends 13’ off the floor. It is not framed or protected, meaning, it could easily be harmed or destroyed. Metaphorically representing nature, culture and humanity in a sense of physicality and spirit, it is fragile and vulnerable. It is a unique ambitious interpretation of early modern Japanese art and design.