Sunday, September 29, 2013

Katsumi Hayakawa

Katsumi Hayakawa, born 1970, constructs tri-dimensional worlds made of paper. His works are abstract representations of our de-individualised cities, in which we live and work but do not manage to establish relationships. The buidlings of our cities are the containers and décor of the “absence of existence, the absence of nothingness and the absence of the absence of absence”. LINK Katsumi Hayakawa

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