￼In the lead up to Barbara Penrose’s exhibition Architectural Fantasies, Vertigo at LEVEL, we’ve had a brief debate about Kensuke Todo in the office. My immediate response and claim is that it’s painting. Similarly, Penrose’s work is two-dimensional sculpture. Her new work finds form in the shadows of Brisbane City Hall. I’ve prepared the accompanying catalogue essay, French translation by Elizabeth Ruinard, which thinking back has really come about through Barbara making a comment on the blog.
Kensuke Todo Takashimaya Department Store, Kyoto 2007, originally uploaded by mxccuba.