by Takaaki Akaishi
Regarding my style, I tend to create new works by utilizing works of my own. Therefore, the style of my artwork changes every time I create a new work, according to the style of an artwork which I choose as a motif of a new work. This approach leads to introducing a variety of means of expression, where in a sense, photography works as a way to record such situation. I have also been paying close attention to the common process such as lifecycles of products, in which a newly developed product becomes widespread but soon gets outdated because of the development of other new products. Repetition of things, endless structures -- creating such situations is the key objective of my production.
Takaaki Akaishi is a photographer based in Tokyo, Japan.
To view more of Takaaki Akaishi's work, please visit his website.
works and odds and ends#4
Installation view,on the flow,G/P gallery,2012
Installation view,UNBROKEN ROOM,G/P gallery,2013
In My Room#2
In My Room#4
Installation view,hyper-materiality on photo, G/P gallery Shinonome,2015
Waste Park(Flimsy Stele)