Tatsuya Tanaka “Japan in Miniature” Exhibition / Tatsuya Tanaka + FGMF
Textual content description offered by the architects. The work of Japanese artist Tasuya Tanaka is a miniature universe, the place each element involves life. His tiny sculptures stand out underneath the domes organized on two curved counters that seize the gaze and permit guests to flow into each bit. The items relaxation on rotating bases, maintaining them in steady movement. Static factors of illumination create a relentless transformation within the shadows of the sculptures, suggesting to the customer a pause to ponder the whole three-dimensionality of every work from totally different views.
Some bigger items obtain particular person shows, offering a particular focus for probably the most imposing works. And, making the go to much more interactive, the items might be seen from totally different heights, due to the curved benches that intertwine with the counters.
Along with the fluidity of the area, the simplicity of the design of the shows was the place to begin. They’re slender, with skinny white strains, created to not compete with Tanaka’s detailed and colourful sculptures.