Vertical Landscape by Ryo Yamada

Explaining his latest art installation, Ryo Yamada notes that the term ‘landscape’ usually ‘refers to horizontal scenery. But the word also includes air and sunlight, and that’s why I’ve called my work Vertical Landscape.’ Recently exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sapporo, Japan, Yamada’s installation increased visitors’ awareness of wind and sunlight, simple things that many people with busy lives tend to take for granted.

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