Akira Kamada

Akira Kamada is a sculptor/installation artist living in the Shoalhaven. Having a focus on sustainability and the environment, he tends to use natural materials such as bamboo, branches and vines, or recycled materials such as cardboard or fabrics. Many of his works are outdoor and ephemeral, using abstract geometric or organic shapes, and often incorporating wind or light to achieve a floating/kinetic quality. His inspiration usually comes from the materials themselves, which suggest the form the artwork takes; the underlying concept evolves through the creative process.

Akira Kamada

Akira Kamada is a sculptor/installation artist living in the Shoalhaven. Having a focus on sustainability and the environment, he tends to use natural materials such as bamboo, branches and vines, or recycled materials such as cardboard or fabrics. Many of his works are outdoor and ephemeral, using abstract geometric or organic shapes, and often incorporating wind or light to achieve a floating/kinetic quality. His inspiration usually comes from the materials themselves, which suggest the form the artwork takes; the underlying concept evolves through the creative process.

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