sandwich textures by taisuke koyama
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nov 21, 2012
sandwich textures by taisuke koyama


‘sandwich textures’ by taisuke koyama in collaboration with kohei nawa

 

 

japanese photographer taisuke koyama visited the artist kohei nawa, well known for his glass bead sculptures, to photograph various surfaces and
objects around his workspace known as the ‘sandwich studio’ – hence the title of the project ‘sandwich textures’.

 

the images depict miscellaneous textures permeating the artist’s space – with the dominant focus on material and liquid – producing fractal-like
patterning that strongly references nawa’s sculptures themselves. the artistic collaboration generated 24 images and later turned into a book as
part of the ‘lumen’ series from artbeat publishers.

 

 

 


the images depict miscellaneous textures permeating the kohei nawa’s studio space

 

 


the main body of the work produces fractal-like patterning that strongly references nawa’s bead sculptures themselves

 

 


the artistic collaboration generated 24 images

 

 

 

 

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