A blockchain themed piece
This blockchain themed piece was drawing using a technique known as asemic writing. Drawn in a single long stroke, this piece symbolizes the continuous nature of time and consciousness, and is similar in appearance to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and Japanese Jomon pottery. The ancient design were not created with a specific meaning in mind, and therefore has no internal pattern, and yet it retains a unique charm. This may be because of its origins, having been written unconsciously, subconsciously, before humans created art or letters. It is powerful in its ability to draw the gaze.
Technique/materials: Spray on a canvas, oil based marker
Size: H: 53cm x W: 45.5cm
Born in 1993, in Yamato Koriyama City, Nara Prefecture.
Works as an artists out of Tokyo.
Studied religion at the Faculty of Theology at Doshisha University before dropping out. Later came into contact with art in Bristol, England. Took over the family business after returning to Japan, and while managing several companies, stepped into the world of art again.
Mainly draws abstract paintings inspired by blockchains with a single stroke. Addresses contemporary social issues such as inequality, environmental problems, and distortions of capitalism by presenting a paradigm shift to a new autonomous and decentralized society free of corporations or governments, with a focus on the individual blockchain-themed artwork.
＜Group exhibits＞ 2020: ＠Dubai World Trade Center Building
2021: ＠ARCHITECTS STUDIO JAPAN
＜Personal exhibits＞ 2019: `UMEHARA＆Co.` ＠Yurakucho Hankyu
2020: `Spur of the moment` @Daikanyama
`Inspiration from the sky` ＠Nakameguro
`Composition of the World` ＠Ebisu
The Art Approach Exhibit ＠Shibuya Hikarie
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