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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Tokujin Yoshioka: Waterfall

Waterfall explores the work of endlessly inventive Japanese artist Tokujin Yoshioka. Known for the simplicity and ingenuity of his concepts and holistic approach to design, Tokujin’s interdisciplinary practice has garnered him much attention since founding his eponymous studio in Tokyo in 2000. Tokujin experiments with a sophisticated play of materials and shapes using his art as a means of communicating something fascinating, surprising, joyful and unexpected. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation from October to December of 2011, Waterfall is an extraordinary installation transforming the gallery space into a synthetic impression of nature. The book was created with a suitably minimal design approach and features an overwhelming sense of whiteness. The Tyvek cover provides an elegant connection to Tokijin’s synthesised version of nature.

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