Tsuyoshi Hisakado traces site-specific stories and memories in his cross-space installations that combine sound, light, and everyday objects. They function like theater pieces choreographed for permanent randomness, whose components are switched on and off at ever different times thanks to pre-programmed software. With the help of these controllably induced coincidences, Hisakado seeks to draw the visitor's attention to the particularities of spaces. The exhibition space thus becomes an experiential space for history and at the same time a projection surface for one's own experiences and thoughts; a concern that is also reflected in his silkscreen works. The regularly recurring number pi and the circular form function as metaphors for universal and absolute phenomena.
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