Jason Doizé’s Hikikomori at FalseFront is poignant narrative captured in an elegantly minimalist installation. On a wall text, one of Japan’s young shut-ins or hikikomori explains that years of torment by fellow students drove him to seek refuge in his room. The outside world is represented by white paper leaves blown into corners of the room, the hikikomori’s space behind a wall by a a white blanket folded on a low palette, v...
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