Japanese artist Tetsuya Umeda creates dynamic and uncanny environments through the playful manipulation of architecture, objects, sound and light. His works are site-responsive and ephemeral, utilising materials scavenged and found, which are transformed into transcendent spectacles of the unexpected.
Umeda’s performances and installations reward an open and experimental viewer and listener; spectators encounter the works both as whole, governed by a coherent logic, but also as constructed and constituent parts, each moving in relation to the other. This multi-dimensionality is a platform upon with incredible perceptions are revealed.
EXHIBITION: MON 30 Oct – SAT 4 Nov 2017
PERFORMANCE: FRI 3 Nov 2017, 7PM
Presented by The SUBSTATION and LIQUID ARCHITECTURE in association with PERFORMANCE SPACE and ROOM40.partners