Japanese modern artist creates sculptures from Steel.
His Sculptures look as if they are just about to disintegrate, or that we are witnessing the creation of the subject as if an illustration coming to form, depending on which way you look at it.. The density of the steel reduces as the sculpture moves away from substance to provide the illusion of movement. Each Sculpture seems to act as a reminder of our own temporary state. Here today, gone tomorrow. His pieces have a vulnerable quality whilst remaining oblivious to the threat of eradication.