The Reins of Culture

The Reins of Culture

Lurid Novelty
Quiet custom
Values, mores, tradition
Reins of Culture

A map of a city’s transportation system represents the collective needs of millions of individuals. Like a path that becomes a road, and expands into a highway, the iron rail marks the ritualistic movement of a city's life. As a result, a map can be the most apt tool when describing a city, both its material structure and its people.
Prevalent in all of my Tokyo maps are the holes in the center, the Imperial Palace. Isolated from Japanese politics, the Royal family remains a static symbol of Japan's history, parts discussed, and parts taboo.

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Commenti 4

Anna Di Leo
5 anni fa
Anna Di Leo Artista
I'm fascinated by this work for the rich textures of Japanese style that remind fabrics and weaves, old mon and precious papers. I never tire of looking at her with pleasure.
Maria Cristina  Neviani
5 anni fa
Molto particolare!
5 anni fa
Your work moves me inside ... very very energetic. Thank you!
Maria Elena  Ritorto
5 anni fa
Bravissimo David! ))

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