This work was selected on Brillia ART AWARD 2019.

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. 

Foamed polystyrene, Wallpaper, Fishing line, Hook, Fluorescent light