About Hidemi
Hidemi Nishida is an artist currently based in Tokyo. His interest is “individual perception of the landscape”. Nishida questions our milieu, deconstructing and adapting existing structures or materials or even whole landscapes in order to refresh our view of the world.
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Current city: Tokyo
Other cities: BergenSapporoOtaru
Hidemi Nishida is an artist currently based in Tokyo. His interest is “individual perception of the landscape”. Nishida questions our milieu, deconstructing and adapting existing structures or materials or even whole landscapes in order to refresh our view of the world.
 
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