killer urban installations! m.

Katsumi Hayakawa explores diverse notions related to space and perspective. His architectural sculptures made out of varying paper densities represent the man-made structures that cover the earth’s surface, through which man(kind) loses sight of himself. These architectural, urban conglomerations have progressively become more uniform and compact and are testament to a solidification process that is slowly squeezing humanity out of the picture.

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