Art

How technology distorts nature: Kohei Nawa’s art for the information age – so tactile you want to feel it — SCMP

Read more at the South China Morning Post

— by Lauren James: The Japanese artist’s stuffed animals encrusted in glass balls are a mesmerising commentary on society’s obsession with viewing the world in pixelated form. On display in his first solo Hong Kong show, the works and others, such as his throne made from blades, explore the contrasts between nature and artificiality…

July 24, 2019

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