ARTISTS

TOMOHIRO INABA

I would like my creations to be "the sculptures that keep engaging with the viewers through their imagination". This is because I consider one of the ways of art is to be instrumental in bringing the viewers "a fruitful time" to fantasize about something that eyes cannot see.
For this reason I always pursue figures that inspires people's imagination.
I leave "blanks" in my works in order to create sculptures that engage with the viewers through their imagination.
In addition, by capturing the moment of one figure transforming into another, the art works start to tell us stories that evoke the flux of time.

Repeating World no.3 Iron, Urethane paint 166×35×107cm 2018

Repeating World no.3 Iron, Urethane paint 166×35×107cm 2018

And a blank no.19 Iron, Urethane paint 23.7×39.0×11.0cm 2018

And a blank no.19 Iron, Urethane paint 23.7×39.0×11.0cm 2018

Where the Night Start No.2 Iron, Urethane paint 250×300×100cm 2017

Where the Night Start No.2 Iron, Urethane paint 250×300×100cm 2017