The kinetic sculptures of Hiroshi Hayakawa, an associate professor of Photography and Graduate Studies, come to life by the hands of visitors in the Columbus gallery where his work will be displayed throughout the month of July.
Vista Interna opens Friday, July 1 at Sherrie Gallerie with an artist’s reception and talk from 6-8 p.m. The event is a cooperative opening with the Lindsay Gallery.
Each of the sculptures, viewed through a peephole, displays a different scene inside. Hayakawa (CCAD, 1995) said interactivity is essential to make the viewing experience complete. He describes the art as an intermediate zone where art and toy, reality and illusion, and materials and spirit meet.
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