In singularidad material (material singularity) Toshiro adds the opaque sonority of the pigments, the dimorphic structures. The Japanese artist combines the pure color that intensifies the visual vibration with the biomorphic forms that dislocate the usual flow of his work proposing a discrepant moment in the cadence of his speech.
At the end of this flow from energy to matter a color vibrated by the sum of layers of colors concludes. Each work proposes a singular light that provokes a very precise tension and that awakens in the viewer a certain state of hypnosis to which it is dragged by the ubiquity of the force of that which transcends.
Emphasizes the relentless presence of the power of natural life through organic and structured forms that capture and express the vital energy of existence, freeing art from the restrictions imposed by civilization and endowing the artist with the ability to restore mythical and spiritual harmony with nature when the connection seems to be diluting with the arrival of technology.