Through the simple repetitive motion of a pen, great structures slowly rise up. Perhaps real, huge buildings or cities are also constructed in this way, an accumulation of simple, tiny and personal activities. By pasting phenomena of various scales and meanings onto it, the tower comes to contain infinite space within it and starts breathing.

Exhibition Dates: 15 October – 7 November 2009
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Teppei Kaneuji Tower, 2009; single channel video projection, Blu-ray disc, 30 mins. loop; Edition of 10; enquire
Tower, 2009
single channel video projection, Blu-ray disc, 30 mins. loop
Edition of 10
Teppei Kaneuji Tower #1, 2009; Ball-point pen & pencil on paper; 76 x 54 cm; enquire
Tower #1, 2009
Ball-point pen & pencil on paper
76 x 54 cm
Teppei Kaneuji Tower #2, 2009; Ball-point pen & pencil on paper; 54.5 x 38 cm; enquire
Tower #2, 2009
Ball-point pen & pencil on paper
54.5 x 38 cm
Teppei Kaneuji Tower #3, 2009; Ball-point pen & pencil on paper; 41 x 31 cm; enquire
Tower #3, 2009
Ball-point pen & pencil on paper
41 x 31 cm
Teppei Kaneuji Tower #4, 2009; Ball-point pen & pencil on paper; 33.5 x 24 cm; enquire
Tower #4, 2009
Ball-point pen & pencil on paper
33.5 x 24 cm
Teppei Kaneuji Tower #5, 2009; Ball-point pen & pencil on paper; 24.7 x 17.7 cm; enquire
Tower #5, 2009
Ball-point pen & pencil on paper
24.7 x 17.7 cm
Teppei Kaneuji Tower #6, 2009; Ball-point pen & pencil on paper; 25.7 x 18.2 cm; enquire
Tower #6, 2009
Ball-point pen & pencil on paper
25.7 x 18.2 cm