tokyo: future nature

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although perhaps best known as a graphic artist, tokyo-based yoshirotten [1983] doesn't exactly shy away from other disciplines, and continues to slay traditional boundaries and perimeters to get his creative vision across. following exhibitions in berlin and london last year, the artist presents his biggest showcase in his adopted hometown after a four-year hiatus. now in its final week at tolot heuristic shinonome, a voluminous hangar-sized exhibition space in the city's koto-ku area, yoshirotten presents a body of new work that's exemplary of his highly experimental spirit and prowess. on display is an eclectic mixture of 30 graphics, videos, installations, and three dimensional works across the vast premises, themed visualization of things invisible, and using light, sound and moving image [open through mar 29]. location: tolot heuristic shinonome2-9-13 shinonome [koto-ku].

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