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Spare no icing!

February 20, 2017
White Discharger by KANEUJI Teppei.

White Discharge by KANEUJI Teppei.

Like a childhood dream, a merry-go-round with icing on top! (Note for later answer; who’s childhood?)

I couldn’t stop thinking about the ginger bread houses that we Swedes indulge ourselves in making as part of Christmas preps. Never go easy on the icing. The more the merrier and this will be our inspiration and guidance!

 

KANEUJI  Teppei   |   White Discharge  ( Public  Garden )

 

Like a word association game in which everything has a meaning, each item assumes a relationship to the others which transforms the whole thing into a spectacular work of art.

White Discharge is created as an interpretation of the theme Multiple Future. Behind the amusing and humoristic foreground there is of course a darker and more critical meaning, as often when exhibiting eye-catching art. As children’s play has undergone a paradigm shift towards the digital world, the IRL amusement parks are in decline worldwide. However, the laughter, the thrill and the instant gratification is here to stay!

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White Discharge with Tokyo backdrop.

White Discharge with Tokyo backdrop.

 

In front of the kiss of all kisses, covering the fasade. Robert Doisneau's Le baiser de l'hotel de ville.

In front of the kiss of all kisses, covering the fasade. Robert Doisneau’s Le baiser de l’hotel de ville.

PS. Public Art is art (in any media) that has been planned and executed with the intention of being staged in a public place. Usually this is outside or in accessible buildings where the art is to be available and enjoyed by everybody.

 

piQmo goes Tokyo w/ Anna

 

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