Yuta Hayakawa + Akira Takaishi + Shunsuke Kano “Three Bodies, About 180 Trillion Cells”
[Image: Yuta Hayakawa, Akira Takaishi, Shunsuke Kano]
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This experimentation, three years in the making combining Hayakawa’s sculpture, Takaishi’s painting, and Kano’s photography, has been exhibited at Sapporo Odori 500-m Underground Walkway Gallery (2014) and Tokyo Polytechnic University Gallery (2015). By focusing on the creative process rather than on the fixed works, Three Bodies, About 180 trillion Cells re-evaluates and updates forms of expression held by each artist on phenomenon, formation, and compression. The title of the show reflects the notion of the bodies of the three artists as a convergence of 180 trillion cells (approximately 60 trillion cells each), imagining the moment the entire creative work space including the objects of work becoming one phenomenon. In conjunction with the show, documentation of the whole creative process will be available as an artist’s book entitled “Three Bodies, About 180 trillion Cells.”