Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.
Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.
Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.
Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.
Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.
Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.
Spaceless Spaces (2011)
2017 ©Takashi Kunitani All Rights Reserved. Photo by Takateru Kusaki.
Installation view of Gallery PARC, Kyoto.

< Spaceless Space >

The neon sign presents the town of night and colors gaily. The neon sign seen everywhere is made of a material called glass.

In the glass tube used for a neon sign, the space of an interior and the exterior is made by interval between transparent

membranes. This form with an organic rhythm formed by blowing a breath into the glass melt in fire is the physical act and

it is a figure as sculpture of "breathing" which we perform unconsciously.

By arranging these glass tubes to space, the whole space which encloses it is made as one environment.

The audience realizes that their spatial relationship with a glass tube arranged in their physical territory or space, and they

experience the space, such as an interior and the exterior, which made in live light which surrounded them.

Probably, the site exists when human beings have cognition, and it completed by human being who sees.

Spaceless Spaces (2011)

, 2011.

Breath, Glass, Neon, Argon, Transformer, Cord

Dimensions variable ( Neon Tube 124 x φ3.5 cm each ) Neon: 19 Argon: 5.