David Knight - 24th Nov 2009

London-based Japanese artist Hiraki Sawa makes incongruous but meaningful additions to a still domestic interior - revisiting the theme of his breakthrough art piece Dwelling - in this marvellously Zen outing for the inscrutable synth-generation survivor David Sylvian.

Marvellous - and Sylvian, who created at least one timeless classic with Anton Corbijn, is clearly still breaking new ground.

David Knight - 24th Nov 2009

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