Japan Electromagnetic - Stefano Russo

Japan Electromagnetic

Japan Electromagnetic is a composition of visors which find a starting point from photographs regarding the traffic of energy in the metropolis taken during a research trip in Japan.
The subjects testify power stations, cables travelling above the populated areas creating multiple electromagnetic fields.
The works are composed by two groups of three different proportions and are developed on recycled metal conductors and recycled vehicle visors.
The installation develops in two directions: Vertical and Horizontal.








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