At the point when Alfred Hitchcock coordinated his great film The Birds,he left open the question as to why the birds turned their fixation towards humanity. He secret encompassing his film made it one his most chilling bits of work, depicting a bird’s-eye perspective of the world as though nature were passing judgment on us. Japanese artist, Wakako Kawakami takes a note from Hitchcock with that he makes giant textile budgies and installs them in various locations. As winter starts to take its grip upon the capital, a flock of festive red and white parrots land upon the Park Hotel Tokyo in an installation by Wakako Kawakami.
Kawakami was additionally considering the vicinity of nature when she initially made her gigantic fowls, clarifying that her purpose behind utilizing parrots as a theme was trying to express life, and out of a dream that her own pets were overwhelming.
Take a look at more of Wakako Kawakami’s installations below, courtesy of the artist.