Hiroshi Senju, On What Modernity Has Wrought

VIDEO: The artist sees art as a collaboration with nature.

Hiroshi Senju: Modernity makes us forget that we are the same, that we have humanity in common. It makes us identify as Japanese, or from another culture, or American.

Best known for his large-scale depictions of waterfalls, Hiroshi Senju describes his artistic process as a collaboration with the forces of nature. Watch the video to find out more about Senju’s process and how he works with natural pigments and minerals.

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