Tomohiro Inaba is a young artist who finished his graduate studies in 2010. He is attracted to iron as a material among other reasons because it begins to rust and decay upon contact with air, practically the moment it is created. For some his two-dimensional work he has used heat-sensitive paper, a likewise ephemeral material. Inaba often incorporates everyday objects into his work. His Straight Grass series consisted of household refuse exhibited in bespoke frames. Though made from solid iron wire, many of his sculptures appear freely woven. Their foundation [...]
"Very nice Vasco Torres"
"The choice of material and execution stirs something in the soul. Deeply moving... Hope it inspires us all to do what we can to preserve nature and wildlife for future generations, before beautiful cr"
"Am reminded of Honey and Clover. Very cool."