Kengo Kito in Perpetual Movement

30.05.2018

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Kengo Kito has microorganisms in the process of cellular division on the brain. Such is his obsession that the artist expresses his vision through a teeming, sparkling, artistic biology with each of his creations.

Hoops, ribbons, chains, strings and mirrors—Kito uses materials from everyday life in order to develop meditations on the notion of perpetual movement as a necessary component of life. Whether it is through sculpture, painting, installation or videos, all the work produced by the Kyoto University of Art and Design graduate express complexity, vitality and the chaos of our universe.

Inspired by the French cultural festival Nuits Blanches, the event Roppongi Art Night 2018 will take place over the course of the weekend of Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 of May, where a new installation by Kito, bio pop, can be found at the The National Arts Center, Tokyo.

©Kengo Kito

©Kengo Kito

©Kengo Kito

©Kengo Kito