November 20 – December 19, 2003
Curated by Christian Rattemeyer
Katsuhiro Saiki uses photography to engage questions raised by the sculptural practices of minimalism. Saiki’s representations of landscapes and skies are visually structured by principles of seriality and sequence and address questions of place and placelessness. He often combines his photographs with sculptural presentation, stressing his concern for the physical relation of the viewer to both the representational space of the image and the sculptural space of the object.
This is Katsuhiro Saiki’s first solo exhibition in the U.S.