Hanna Umin, KAITO Itsuki, Sven Loven, Taka Kono
20-Jan-24 ~ 18-Feb-24
at Ritsuki Fujisaki Gallery
‘ The will of rebellion against these hidden and prescriptive powers is the fountain of contemporary goth, which traditionally has a self-destructive and ephemeral quality, however, while also connotating an elusive and complicated structure.

It is not an actual/simplified form like Dracula, a werewolf, diseases, drugs or terrorism, but a desire for a complex modern society.

Contemporary goth implies a quiet resistance towards social representations. Referencing the absence of history, it is akin to gazing into a three-sided mirror, a vision replete with a myriad number of diffuse reflections.’

- Ritsuki Fujisaki

                            2-2-10, Higashi Nihonbashi, Chuo, Tokyo, Japan