Masakatsu Sashie’s Orbs Return With ‘Kaleidoscope’

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Masakatsu Sashie, an artist known for distinctive, hovering orbs exploring industrialization and philosophical themes, brings new works to KP Projects in Los Angeles with “Kaleidoscope.” The show “explores the phenomenon of artificial creation and man-made environments,” a statement says. In particular, this works looks at the current age as the height of artificial creation. The artist was last mentioned on here.

“Nothing is made by humans completely from scratch,” the artist says. “We are constantly searching through our limited resources to create, form and constitute what’s necessary for us to advance as a human race. And as time changes through our history, the structure of our human needs change and reshape itself constantly. The fragments of artificial landscapes continue to reshape and rearrange themselves in order to create brand-new landscapes within our limited world. The never ending process of creation and destruction is just another part of natural phenomenon that we faced from the past to present day.”

The show kicks off Feb. 3 and runs through March 3. See more of the works below.

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