Stainless Steel, White Granite Base
Shenzhen Museum of Art
Shenzhen, Guandong, China
深圳市, 広東省, 中国
His energized signature forms now assume more biomorphic configurations which increase their reflective power and generate unlimited spatial relationships. Noda’s interest in luminism will contribute to generating the monument’s infinite spatial associations.
Robert S. Bianchi
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