dimension distortion destruction by yusuke kamata

still sudying for his master’s degree in art, 27-year-old japanese artist yusuke kamata uses the simple device of the frame to construct intriguing installations that puzzle our notions of perspective.

trained as a painter, kamata confesses that he does tend to think of himself as one, whereas a painter normally uses picture frames to ‘contain’ art, though, he uses frames to ‘free’ art.

yusuke kamata develops installations that produce perceptual distortion by dismantling the three dimensional real world, reorganizing it into a two dimensional world, and organizing a three dimensional world again.
In his exhibition in shiseido gallery, tokyo, he connects multiple frames, each with different distorted perspectives in various directions.