Built by Osuga himself, the interactive Planet Jiro website (which is currently a holding page) will showcase the artist’s work and uses ‘a purely visual and interactive way of navigation’.
The site’s London button, for example, will take visitors to a pictorial view of the city, with a choice of clickable landmarks – such as Opera, Observatory and Stadium.
To launch the website next month, London’s Flowers Gallery is holding an exhibition of Osuga’s work, which feature a large projection of his new site.
Artworks, which will based on a London theme, will be arranged in the space to mimic a journey through the site, and the exhibition will culminate in a live auction of work on 9 May.
Planet Jiro is at Flowers Gallery, 82 Kingsland Road, London E2, from 19 April -11 May.