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Curtin University of Technology
John Curtin Gallery

Currently closed for Install


Previous Exhibition


Perth International Arts Festival 2014

6 February - 17 April


Paramodelic - Graffiti, 2012, PARAMODEL, Tokyo Station Gallery
Photo: paramodel.




With vivid imagination and meticulous design skills, Paramodel create wondrously immersive environments out of mass produced toys and brilliant blue plastic train tracks. Entire rooms become
fantastical landscapes. Since 2001 artists Yasuhiko Hayashi and Yusuke Nakano have collaborated under the name of Paramodel and now in this Australian exclusive they incorporate elements locally sourced in Perth to create an extraordinary diorama especially for the Festival at the John Curtin Gallery.

BOOK NOW: Collaborate with Japanese arts duo Paramodel to create a new paramodelic-graffiti artwork


The Tenth Sentiment, 2010, Ryota Kuwakubo (installation view)
Photo: Keizo Kioku, photo courtesy: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] Japan.



The Tenth Sentiment draws you into a world of wonder that emerges right before your eyes. Hiding nothing from our view, Ryota Kuwakubo fills a room with everyday artefacts, and then catches them in the headlights of a single model train. Seamlessly amplified and animated into expansive vistas, you are immersed in moving shadows. Kuwakubo's mesmeric installations have enthralled audiences around the globe. This is the first time The Tenth Sentiment has been exhibited in Australia.