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Friday, 11 November 2022

STUDIO WASABI ARCHITECTURE, 3 Chome-13-7 Kyōjima, Sumida City, Tokyo, Japan

“Wirescapes: connected with the urban fabric” is a mixed-media exhibition that uses the space as a canvas to visualize the complexity of hyper-connected city life. 

The installation combines urban photographs and recycled technological materials, showcasing creative ways of mingling and mixing different disciplines.

Everything starts from the power plug of the UNTITLED Space gallery — the energy source and the starting point of the journey through electric cables connecting urban photographic views.

While people often crave solitude and calmness in a large metropolis, Wirescapes demonstrates how a linked city helps us to discover new perspectives, leave a positive mark, or even make a new connection that will inspire others.

In our entwined world, just one small change will have a ripple effect on the city fabric, amplifying the power of individual decisions. If our actions foster a sustainable and ethical lifestyle, they will impact a larger community and, consequently, a more significant part of the city.

Wirescapes is the result of an unexpected and singular connection that, ironically, would only happen in a large urban context. Two eccentric personalities — the Italian architect with a passion for recycling and the Georgian software engineer with a love for photography — crossed each other's paths during a sakura-viewing in the heart of the 37-million-people city.

We believe in random connections because "you can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward."

Every dot is the start for a new connection.


Event  Gallery

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