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Toshiaki Hicosaka’s “Newspaper Sketches of Ocean Waves” (2016) invites viewers to gravitate toward an undefined cognitive space that exists beyond the identifiable lines of ocean waves and cursive letters, by resisting our temptation to instantaneously identify the visual appearance (i.e. the ocean waves or words) as a clear representation of the knowledge we already have. Now, what does it mean to pause over such an invitation in our globalizing world? What does it mean to re-enact the…

Toshiaki Hicosaka’s “Newspaper Sketches of Ocean Waves” (2016) invites viewers to gravitate toward an undefined cognitive space that exists beyond the identifiable lines of ocean waves and cursive letters, by resisting our temptation to instantaneously identify the visual appearance (i.e. the ocean waves or words) as a clear representation of the knowledge we already have. Now, what does it mean to pause over such an invitation in our globalizing world? What does it mean to re-enact the…

Ocean Waves, Newspaper, Sketching, Perspective, Roots, Waves, Journaling File System, Sketches, Magazine

Ocean Waves, Newspaper, Sketching, Perspective, Roots, Waves, Journaling File System, Sketches, Magazine

Ocean Waves, Newspaper, Sketching, Perspective, Roots, Waves, Journaling File System, Sketches, Magazine

Toshiaki Hicosaka’s latest project comes at a timely moment. During a residency in 2016 the Japanese artist created daily newspaper sketches of ocean waves in a tribute to Japan’s firs

Ocean Waves, Newspaper, Sketching, Perspective, Roots, Waves, Journaling File System, Sketches, Magazine

Toshiaki Hicosaka’s latest project comes at a timely moment. During a residency in 2016 the Japanese artist created daily newspaper sketches of ocean waves in a tribute to Japan’s firs

Ocean Waves, Newspaper, Sketching, Perspective, Roots, Waves, Journaling File System, Sketches, Magazine

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Toshiaki Hicosaka’s latest project comes at a timely moment. During a residency in 2016 the Japanese artist created daily newspaper sketches of ocean waves in a tribute to Japan’s firs

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"An ongoing project documenting what I dream." Julianne Kost I absolutely love her dream work. Her photography is beautiful, serene, mystical and mysterious with a light that comes from the movement.

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