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Born in Tokyo, Japan, Takanao Kaneko often works on themes of information overload, character and character misalignment, and the monsterization of people in safe places. In ‘Y Wire’ a cartoon-like figure looks on in distress as his face is broken up by a zig-zagging yellow line. The displaced eyes stare off into the distance in horror.
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Frame: 20.87 x 16.54 in (53 x 42 cm)
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Takanao Kaneko (Japanese, b. 1977) creates black and white illustrative-style two-dimensional works often using acrylic and water-based pens. A graduate of Mushashino Art University Junior College of Art and Design, Tokyo (2000), Kaneko has since been shown internationally in Tokyo, Taipei, London, Hong Kong, and other locations throughout Asia.