by Caitlin Ono
Matte archival print
8x10" – $20
12x16" – $40
About the artwork:
In Japanese folktales, gashadokuro are giant skeletons created from ghosts of people who die by the masses. Their desire for vengeance pushes them to consume and wreak havoc until they burn themselves out and crumble into dust.
Find more of Caitlin Ono's work here.
About the End is Nigh:
The End is Nigh is an exhibition about the Allegories, Symbols, Stories, Characters, and Rituals surrounding death -- we wanted to investigate everything we can about how cultures and societies prepared for, honored, symbolized, and spoke about the great sleep. View the full exhibition here.