THIS IS KENTA
The past week has been a brutal one for what you would expect for early December in Vancouver. We saw as much snow in the city as we would typically see in a whole year. While I spent most of my week bundled up in a blanket with a hot beverage and a candle lit in my living room, Kenta was doing something admirable, camping out in a small tent outside the Vancouver Art Gallery.
The tent is a part of his art installation, "Tent-In for Peace" inspired by John and Yoko, to examine and raise awareness about homelessness and displacement in Vancouver.