This particular perspective guides Shoji Kato’s inquiry into how geometry affects human behaviour and territory, and marks the location of subjectivity in the ever-shifting human place. As a result, Kato’s research makes it possible to understand the dynamic relationship between human interiority and geometrical spacing, and reveals those very human places that are unique, continuously connecting and crossing the actual and the virtual, the past and the future, the personal and the collective, and the earthly bound and the other-worldly spheres.
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Publisher Taideyliopiston Kuvataideakatemia Release-year 2015 Page-count 282 Language English Series Academy of Fine Arts at the University of Arts Helsinki Appearance A5,pehmeäkantinen ISBN 9789527131015