zaterdag 15 december 2007

Taiyo Kimura

Taiyo Kimura explores issues of population and urban density and humourously reflects upon the notion of the individual and the crowd. The heightened aggression and the cramped conditions of life in the large cities finally form the base of Taiyo Kimura's works in which the vulnerability of the individual among the crowd often is looked at with a sense of black humour. Kimura manages to bring the right kind of humour into his works, perhaps an essential power to cope with our daily lives.
bron: Wurttembergischer Kunstverein (Stuttgart, 2004)

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