BUoY, Kita-Senjyu, Tokyo, Japan
This work proposes an approach to thinking about the relationship between objects, matter, and human feelings. When viewers see this work, they tend to explore phenomena like flowing liquid, moving light, and shadows, as well as their own interference in the space. During this exploration, they can experience the phenomena via their own perception moment by moment. Moreover, their actions also affect the work in a feedback loop. I describe this process as “entropic circulation” with inspiration from the scientific idea of dissipative structure. The key concept is that all things circulate but never return to the same point because of the essential irreversibility of time. I want to capture the fluctuational shape of reality through my experimental works and show the potential of human perception through her art practice.