What is the Inverse Perspective Project (IPP)?
IPP is an attempt at redefining the interrelationship between 'landscape' and 'human beings'.
Through the involvement of professionals and experts from a wide range of fields, including architecture, art, philosophy, religion, poetry and science, this project looks to achieve the goal of deconstructing modernist stereotypes and obtaining a relative point of view towards nature and the environment.
Inverse Perspective Project Exhibitions
- IPP held its first exhibition at GALLERY FLEUR, Kyoto Seika University, Japan, 6th ~ 21st January 2012.
- The second IPP exhibition held at the State Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, 12th ~ 28th September 2013 in connection with the Moscow Biennale.
For exhibition details and participants, please visit the pages in the sidebar.