No Shadow is a collection of sculptures by Makoto Tojiki that uses light as a form of expression.
Posted 15 Aug 11 By Design Indaba Creative Work / Design News Comments

Japanese artist and designer Makoto Tojiki uses light in a variety of installation as his primary medium of expression.

Tojiki’s body of work, “No Shadow”, is a collection of sculptures inspired by the interconnectedness of light and shadow. The sculptures also demonstrate how these elements can be manipulated and controlled to create a desired effect.

The creative process, for Tojiki, starts with breaking down the light and the shadow so that he is able to capture the essence of their symbiosis. He says on his website that it the results in “fleeting images that are as ephemeral and enigmatic as shadow itself”.