Urban geometrics poetry

[Pallalink] The perspective of “daily scenery”, which is corrected by the grid, has been transferred into another dimension by some simple geometric manipulations, such as repetition for axis, rotation for center etc. Images, which are generated by those manipulations, contain a metaphor that is hidden description for various events; the spectrum of the lost boundary area. The invisible world is concealed under the all-too-common cityscape, where all the places are linked, that is to say, an entire universe.

A good overview of the work produced by my friend Kazuhiko Kawahara-san (alias Palla) is now online. Can’t wait for the real book! The real book is here!! And I’m buying at least 5! Get them while they last… Only 50!


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