It's Not What You Think



作っている途中で、イメージの断片的な表現から、物体の中に別の物体が存在するかどうかを考えるようになった。本の穴部分は、人が見ることができる視野のように、視野の「輪郭」が違うので、見た内容に基づいて定義が異なるのかもしれない。 今まで我々は万物の中に主観的な輪郭の一部しか見なかった。恐らくこの世界には私たちの視野の外に多くのものがある。見つけられないだけだ。主観的な視野によって物事を判断してしまう。 一方で、事柄の中に別に因果系列を含まない事柄が重ねて存在するという偶然性も議論したい。

Why do people look at only a part of an object and imagine the whole picture on their own? In this book, we look at a part of an object and think, "It's a straight spoon," when in fact it is a round spoon, or we look at a part of an object and think, "It's an egg," when in fact it is a pallet. I expressed this kind of "gap in perception. I want to shake up the everyday perceptions of people who see my work.

During the process of making this work, I began to think about whether or not there was another object inside the object, based on the fragmented representation of the image. The hole part of the book, like the field of vision one can see, until now we have only seen part of the subjective outline in all things. Perhaps there are many things in this world outside our field of vision. We just can't find them. On the other hand, I would like to discuss the coincidence of the existence of superposition of things that do not contain a separate causal sequence within a thing.