Tetsuro Kano and his birdly point of view to our world

Tetsuro Kano was born in 1980, Miyagi/Japan. He holds a master’s degree in Fine Art from Tokyo Zokei University (2007).

He started working in 2005 mostly in installations and is continuing to work until now.
His artworks express the diversity of the worlds perceived by different organisms found in the everyday life sphere of human beings while birds are often used to show another point of view for our “human-like” world and nature surrounding it.

2013, Savage structures and bird

2013, Savage structures and bird 2

2012, Protean wood

2013, Abstract maps, Concrete territories

2012, Breathing Atolls Japan-Maldives Contemporary Art Exhibition

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