Salve Magazine

TO MAKE COMPLEX CONNECTIONS IN A SIMPLIFIED FORM IS TODAY A QUALITY AS REQUIRED THAT MANAGES LITTLE THAN THE TOKYO BOTH ARTIST HIDEAKI YAMANOBE.
 
The observer of his work, however, is guided by a first minimalist aesthetic imprint on the work, in order to lose himself in the depths of the contours and fancies, and in this way to divide himself intensively with every visual detail.
 
ANY ARTISTIC COMMUNICATION HAPPENS THROUGH A VERY LIMITED RANGE OF COLORING BETWEEN BLACK AND WHITE, DARK AND BRIGHT, VISIBLE CONTOUR AND INVISIBLE PROCESS. AT NO TIME IS A CLEAR STATEMENT OF RECOGNIZING A CLEAR MOTIF AND THUS LETS THE VIEWER AN UNLIMITED INTERPRETATION PLAY. THOROUGH YAMNOBES WILL WORK EVERY TIME, FROM DAY TO DAY, ALWAYS MUCH MORE LIKELY AND NEVER SEALED BEFORE ANOTHER EXPANSION VARIANT OR A NEW VIEWING ANGLE. HIS ABSTRACT WORKS ARE TESTIMONY OF AN INTERPRETATION WITH THE REALITY WITHOUT RECOGNIZING THIS EVER, NOR TO PRAY THEM FULLY. IT APPEARS AS LIVING AND WORKING BETWEEN COLOGNE AND TOKYO ARTISTS IN A MIDDLE WORLD, A WORLD THAT AT THE SAME TIME AS CLOSE TO AS FROM OUR AS AS POSSIBLE. THE ABSENCE OF A CLEAR FOCUS, OBJECT, OR PICTURE POINT, FORMS THE OPERATOR INTO THIS WORLD. Thus YAMANOBE ENABLES HIS AUDIENCE TO EXPLORE THE REALITY OF ENJOYMENT WITHOUT HAVING EVER LOST.

– MARCO ALBER, COLOGNE

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