By David A.M. Goldberg / Special to the Star-Advertiser
June 28, 2015
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COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART / SHUZO UEMOTO Maya Lea Portner offers stencil-and-cutout and wire mapped versions of the stretch of Oahu that runs from Kewalo Basin to the mountains above Makiki Heights, in “Urbanophilia/Urbanophobia|Love and Fear of the City,” on exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art through Sept. 13.
COURTESY HONOLULU MUSEUM OF ART / SHUZO UEMOTO The scroll “Whisper City,” one of three installed pieces, is an aerial grid that mixes streets, geographic contours and architecture.