Reijiro Wada

Berlin-based artist Reijiro Wada is a sculptor working with landscape in eccentric and conceptual methods. In “ISOLA” (2010-) for instance, water surfaces are varied through floating glass module structures; while for “VIA” (2004), he altered the perception of a natural waterfall in the Alps, bending the flow through a horizontal, intersecting mirror. For “VANITAS” (2015), […]


Berlin-based artist Reijiro Wada is a sculptor working with landscape in eccentric and conceptual methods. In “ISOLA” (2010-) for instance, water surfaces are varied through floating glass module structures; while for “VIA” (2004), he altered the perception of a natural waterfall in the Alps, bending the flow through a horizontal, intersecting mirror. For “VANITAS” (2015), the artist placed two panels at an acute angle, and threw various fruits into the gap between the brass plates. Over time, the fruit’s acidity eroded the surface of the brass, and a patina was formed from the trace of its movement.

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