"In a deep-red homage to Anish Kapoor, artist Rikako Nagashima has tangled together HUMAN NATURE, an installation Kapoor’ish in scale, color and intention. HUMAN NATURE has been installed at two locations. Her work has been suspended through multiple levels of Tokyo’s MVRDV-designed eye of Gyre gallery, and has consumed the life of a concrete clinic-turned-art-gallery by schemata architects in japan — the latter of which is pictured here, tied-together."
"Anish Kapoor is believed by many to be an artist devoted to dichotomy. Blood, vortexes, voids — his works certainly convey paradoxes. Life, death, happiness, sorrow. they’re beautiful and ugly and they often tie into life and religions in india. as such, Rikako seeks to create a dichotomy of her own — an homage that draws inspiration from kapoor’s artistic execution, and draws dichotomies from her own culture’s philosophy, Yin and Yang"