Shinji Ohmaki is a Japanese artist born in 1971 who has gained international prominence for years. He is famous above all for his large installations, projects that are custom built in the spaces in which they are hosted and which play on the perceptual level with the spectators who are invited to interact with the artwork. His site-specific installations play with viewers' notions of space and time, understanding of the interior and exterior, and perceptions of the sublime, through the use and repetition of simple materials. In his work he tries to give shape to ephemeral moments and invisible phenomena through the creation of installations involving the use of touch and through physical movement around the work or bodily engagement together with the work, with the stated aim of change viewers' perceptions of weight, time, or body within the space. In this new exhibition Ohmaki presents an installation specially designed for the National Art Center in Tokyo in which he exploits a huge space with eight meter high ceilings.