Yasuaki Onishi sculpts using a vacuum space

The sculptor of the "negative space" Yasuaki Onishi has createdempty sculpture: the intricate creation was suspended from the ceiling for his solo exhibition held last year in Osaka Japan. The light bulb inside the sculpture cast shadows on the wall, creating a space free of material existence.

"I present my work as a space where viewers can reflect and feel the space consciously: the viewer has the work experience of a paradoxical phenomenon that can be considered in different ways, depending on the way they are considered the negative and positive, the front and the rear, the interior and the exterior, "the artist explained in a press conference. Onishi, who often uses the vacuum as a medium, in the past has created installations forests of skeletal trees and plastic balls that bounce.

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