Graduated in 2021 from the Tokyo Zokei University, Painting Major. He is currently pursuing graduate studies in the same university.Read More
The silkscreen printing technique he uses in his artwork has the quality of being indirect and iterative. By taking one-shot techniques such as hand drawing and brush strokes through a silkscreen, a synergy between the singular quality and multiplicity arises. Through his artworks, he seeks to explore the relationship between the mass-produced patterns common in the world today and the singular elements inside them. His artworks comprise of a base layer with a printed pattern, which is then covered with multiple coats of an image of brush strokes applied through a silkscreen. This has the effect of recreating the flat but unique brush strokes as a material that can be replicated multiple times.
Text courtesy Whitestone Gallery.