When I first saw this space, the light tracks on the ceiling seemed particularly unique and to have some importance of existence. I guess it’s because of the unusual grid arrangement and the fact that the tracks are the only way to install artwork there except for putting it on the floor. I created an installation artwork by using the light tracks both visually and physically.
“Tentsuki” is a tool that we use for pushing out Tokoroten(traditional Japanese food, gelidium jelly). I used the grid-like track lighting section on the ceiling to resemble tentsuki, as if the ceiling was falling down through the track. This work was selected on Brillia ART AWARD 2019.
Foamed polystyrene, Wallpaper, Fishing line, Hook, Fluorescent light