Shohei Katayama created a kinetic sculpture in the third level that uses light and dichroic glass to create slowly shifting forms.
Katayama is a Japanese American artist who explores the connection between nature, technology, and the scientific forces that shape human experiences and interactions. His work embraces principles of order and chaos to generate meditative spaces through movement and sound.
His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the Palazzo Mora in Venice, Italy.
He received the Outstanding Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award by the International Sculpture Center, among other awards. Living and creating his art in Louisville, Ky., Katayama is also an assistant professor of studio art at the Kentucky College Art + Design, and the director of Carbon Copy Gallery in Louisville.
His background includes:
For more information, visit ShoheiKatayama.com.
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