Inspiration: White Out Expo, Tokyp

Inspiration: White Out Expo, Tokyp
Guy Brighton
  • 15 may 2006

Tokyo Art Beat visits Hitoshi Nishiyama’s “White Out”:

Climbing into what can only be described as huge white styrofoam cave carefully carved to resemble a sort of icy glacier in Antarctica built in the small Tokyo Wonder Site gallery smack in the middle of Shibuya, I felt oddly removed from the bustling reality just meters away on the other side of the gallery doors. Nishiyama’s small but to-the-point sculptures of waves, made of blue resin, nicely accentuate the ‘cool’ ambience of the installation.

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