Cardboard, Cassette Tapes, And Street Art Interventions: TakaHashi Naoko At IMT

Cardboard, Cassette Tapes, And Street Art Interventions: TakaHashi Naoko At IMT

TakaHashi mixes unconventional materials with an outsider's perspective to narrate an foreigner's view of London.

Lisa Baldini
  • 15 february 2010

In a city like London, their are always throngs of foreigners and immigrants adjusting to the rhythm of such an old and tried place. Naoko TakaHashi takes this adjustment as the starting point for her artist explorations in her show “An Exploration of Perforated Space in Four Segments of Words” at Image Music Text Gallery in Hackney. (The title is a little misleading; the project is more of an exploration about narrative and social mores than into the materiality with which she creates the installation.)

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