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A fountain filled with transparent time

This is an installation using superabsorbent molecules.

During the exhibition period, the water grains vaporize and gradually become smaller. 

Gaze at the trivial changes in light that occur with the passage of time.
By using water-absorbent polymers, which absorb water and eventually shrink in size, 
I was able to skillfully incorporate the dangerous element of "water" into the museum. 

This is a spatial work of water, time, and light. 
It reminds us of the origin of tears, rain, the cells of life, and the body.

Hiroshima City Museum Of Contemporary Art 2018

Photo By Akihiro Inoue

Movie By Ayako Larissa Kono

OASIS / 2018

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