People unconsciously choose, act and live from a combination of retained and forgotten memories.
In the same way, things created by human hands are extracted and shaped from memory, and by overlapping and arranging the parts of memory fragments that have been carved out separately, the artist has created a work that is a projection of himself.
The shapes are abstract and look different depending on the memory of each person who sees them.
I hope that you will view the work while tracing your own memories.
Graduated from the Department of Arts and Crafts at Kobe Design University.
Afterwards, worked at a workshop in Aichi prefecture and later became independent.
Currently, engaged in individual creative activities at a workshop in Kobe.
Vague and dim forms become unknown forms. Both are uncertain, and therefore uncertain.
Could color and smell be the trigger for something? Only the information that the space is filled with wood is certain, and the rest, what was it?
The disparate memories overlap and become themselves.
By being fragmented and indefinite, it could be your memory. It can be because it doesn’t belong to anyone else.