People use their ‘sights’ to judge the existence. However, they lose their visual grip on reality as well as skip the process of understanding and suspicion to subjects as the modern world repeats the process of painting over visual images and consuming them. In the end, we look at images without reality.
They do not inform or help people to understand the existence of ‘reality’, but reproduce what we want it to be as reality. My work spreads out the city’s landscape made by computer graphic programs to the walls in the gallery.
- refer to Artist’s note -