Void Kumiki 12

H 10cm x W 10cm x D 10cm

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Kumiki is a traditional Japanese craft. It expresses beautiful shape, craftsmanship, and smart playfulness as a puzzle. Differentiating the shape itself, the function of the puzzle and death emerged. This is a version consisting of twelve kumikis.

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Ota Kiyoo

After studying architecture, his interest in society and the economy became stronger, and from the desire to improve the world and Japan, so he left architecture and engaged in structured finance work at financial institutions, and built a virtual structure such as currency, logic and systems. After the financial crisis, what has been desperately built up with imagination in the financial industry collapses in an instant due to external factors. In other words, as Hannah Arendt states in The Human Condition, she feels that it is labour in the relationship between labour and work, it can be done and consumed by anyone. He aims to create art as he wants to create a work that will remain forever after his death. He has made many themes of differentiation and integration. Differentiating the actual three-dimensional structure and function, he expresses the beauty of structure, function and composition of things. Moreover, he expresses society by accumulating and integrating the minimum elements of things.

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