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Hajime Sorayama Imagines Intimacy Between Robots at NANZUKA Tokyo

Coming up next month (March), NANZUKA will be showcasing two events displaying the work of Japanese illustrator Hajime Sorayama. Taking over the main gallery space will be ‘Sex Matter,’ while ‘Trex’ will open in the “2G” studio at Shibuya Parco.

Hajime Sorayama specializes in the portrayal of erotic feminine robots, challenging social norms, taboo and political correctness throughout all his work.

With his ‘Sex Matter’ exhibition, Sorayama displays his robotic works which are inspired by sex and emphasizing that “life is born in this world through the existence of both the male and female sex.” Sorayama’s second solo show, ‘Trex,’ will showcase five new sculptures and there will also be dinosaur robot paintings of a Tyrannosaurus rex, Stegosaurus and much more.

‘Trex’ is set to launch March 13 while ‘Sex Matter’ will open on March 14 and will run until April 12.

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