Toshiro Yamaguchi, From where the undeterminated comes

Following a conception of nature that deliberately moves away from Plato to approach the Japanese way of understanding it, Yamaguchi addresses through his work an organic whole that, rather than creating images, focuses on the perpetual evolution of the elements that come into play in his creative process. Thus, in his work, painting, brushes or canvas do nothing but generate a new order that arises from the encounter and interaction between them, giving rise to a new life.

It includes a series of Haikus written by the artist.

Toshiro Yamaguchi
Lucía Mendoza