Mariko Mori never ceases to amaze the crowd with her emerging concepts and extraordinary luminous works.  Sean Kelly Gallery once featured a remarkable exhibit by Mori entitled: Invisible Dimension, highlighting seven incredible sculptures that were highly influenced by the concepts of particle physics, Buddhism's transmogrification, which considers an eternal repeat of the life and death cycle, and superstring theory--referencing plasma with a full range of colors. Here are several images of her remarkable works. 

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