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In Ichii’s work, we can still hear the echoes of that sentiment, reverberating as basso continuo. Once installed, the artworks transform the location into a spiritual realm where harmony is achieved between viewer, object, and space.

Press Release

Our ancestors lived as one with nature and felt an esteem for the natural fabric of which humans were simply one part. In Ichii’s work, we can still hear the echoes of that sentiment, reverberating as basso continuo. Using the wood as a sacred vessel, he creates sculptures that express the inability to separate man from the works of nature. Once installed, the artworks transform the location into …

Our ancestors lived as one with nature and felt an esteem for the natural fabric of which humans were simply one part. In Ichii’s work, we can still hear the echoes of that sentiment, reverberating as basso continuo. Using the wood as a sacred vessel, he creates sculptures that express the inability to separate man from the works of nature. Once installed, the artworks transform the location into a spiritual realm where harmony is achieved between viewer, object, and space.

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Location

1F Ginza Habitation, 5-14-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo, JP
Monday–Friday, 11am–7pm
Saturday, 11am–5pm
Sunday, Closed