“Tokyo, paradise of the affluent. The tears on my brows blur the night lights and I am safe in the knowledge that there is and escape with out cigarettes and alcohol. Plastic me, plastic hotel, plastic toys, your love is plastic, so its sage. You and I, we’re both plastic.”
This exhibition is consisted by paintings and drawings. These artworks will unravel the transient shapes of love that mainstream pop-culture chooses not to present. For the artist, Tokyo is not the centre of a movement, nor a place to spam in showy pop-culture. It is more of a place for comfort, where people gather for momentary satisfaction with intimacy.