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Post-Collapse Artwork by Tokyo Genso
« on: December 12, 2020, 03:04:37 pm »
Tokyo Genso is an artist's moniker, who lives in the city by which he takes his name. He ventures to actual spaces/skylines and interprets them after the collapse of civilization.

Tokyo Genso says he wants to create a space that will make “viewers enter a page and walk around or go exploring.”

“In times of disaster, people seem to want to look at my work,” he says. “I think that, subconsciously, they want to escape from everything — the past, the present, their jobs, families and obligations. Disasters are terrible, but perhaps what’s more frightening is the urge to be free from the shackles of this ultra-controlling, modern society.”

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"And the strict master Death bids them dance."

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