Three-dimensional fasteners placed in public spaces around Japan leaves people to imagine a subterranean fantasy world.

Without knowing, Jun Kitagawa found a way to further “unzip” the public's appreciation of modern art. Kitagawa's zipper installations utilizes the surrounding environment to redefine our perception of reality. Life-size zippers are set in public spaces around Japan, and also featured in the Rokko Meets Art Walk, which is an exhibition of contemporary art on the Rokko Mountain. These zippers seems as if they are “unzipping” another world, and surprising people with a light eroticism, explained by Kitagawa.

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