A giant typographic installation named CNJPUS TEXT by Japanese artist Ryo Shimizu, sees typography take centre stage in a gallery environment. This 15 foot by 41 foot installation showcases what perhaps an Asian/English hybrid font might look like. A staggering 2,500 words painted by the artist scatter onto the floor bringing the flat artwork to life. The words are actually a hybrid of Roman and Chinese characters and the artist explains that the exhibition is actually ‘about Japan’s culture of appropriation, in which everything originates from somewhere else.’