Kenji Fujita is a visual artist who makes work out of ordinary materials such as wood, fabric, paper and paint. For his flat work, he creates commonplace geometries of shape and form that are then cut, pressed and glued into unexpected amalgams of order and disorder. With his constructed wall pieces, these relations of shape, form and structure become animated as the viewer engages the work from different points of view.
Will and Weather is a phrase that originated in a Wallace Stevens poem. Will suggests both intent and some future proposition. Weather is something that cannot be controlled.