お金, 記号, Capitalism

Hell Moneyき猫 /Hell Money Cat, 2020.01

アウトライン/outlinesite: salon cojica, 札幌material: 招き猫の置物、模擬紙幣、他/cat ornament, mock moneysize: W0.5 × H1.3 × D0.6(m)ベトナムで手に入れてた100ドル札のヘルマネー(冥銭)と招き猫の置物で制作

ファッション/Fashion, 2017.03

Fashionsite: JRタワー ARTBOX, 札幌/JR Tower ART BOX, Sapporomaterial: 水、マネキン、水槽、他/water, mannequin, water tanksize: W2.3 × H1.3 × D0.6(m)札幌駅に隣接したショッピングビルのコンコースに設置されたショーウィンドーでの展示。金髪のマネキンが、シャワーか ら出るピンク色の水を浴び続ける。This exhibition space is located in the center of the city, huge shopping building. The mannequin is taking a shower, which pink water is symbolizing the consumption desire of general public in capital society.

Portraits of Young Workers 2013-2014, Chittagong, Bangladesh, 2014.2

material: 映像、 写真、webサイト/movie, photos, websitemovie: 3:302013.12-2014.2の三ヶ月間に、バングラデシュの衣料品製造工場で撮影した、工場の労働者たちのポートレートと、名前や年齢などの個人情報をまとめたWebサイトです。Portraits and each personal information of young workers in the garment factory in Chittagong, Bangladesh. In These days this country is well known for so many subcontracting factories of major apparel bland and its’ labor environments. These photos and movies were taken during my working with them together for three months.

Authentic Fabrication -Auckland (remix), 2013.5

Authentic Fabricationsite:Unitec1-1094、ニュージーランド、オークランド/ Unitec1-1094, Auckland, New Zealandmaterial: 映像インスタレーション/Video installationsize: availablemovie: 02:38(remix)赤レンガをモチーフに、ニュージーランドにおけるイギリス文化や、2011年のクライストチャーチでの震災などをモチーフに制作した複数の映像作品によるインスタレーションVideo installation consist of plular movies which were made based on red brick of British culture and the big earthquake in Christchurch, 2011.

Authentic Fabrication -Auckland-Tetris, 2013.05

Authentic Fabricationsite:Unitec1-1094、ニュージーランド、オークランド/ Unitec1-1094, Auckland, New Zealandmaterial: performance 02:39レンガを投げる映像に合わせた即興パフォーマンス。The performer is making an inprovisational performance with a projection of throwing bricks which was inspired by the scene of a building collapse when the earthquake happened in Japan and New Zealand.

レンガシャワー/Shower of Bricks, 2011. 03

ART COASTER/アートコースター~想像力を共有する方法site: 金沢市民芸術村アート工房PIT5、KAPOmaterial:映像、鉄、発砲スチロール、傘/Movie, Steel, Styrene Foam, umbrellasize: availablemovie: 2:00発泡スチロールでできたつくり物のレンガをカゴにためて浴びる参加型の作品です。This artwork consists of a movie and installation. In this installation, people throw and put a brick in the basket. This system looks like a game of Tama-ire, which is a Japanese traditional sport similar to basketball. After these bricks are collected, people can take a shower of bricks. Bricks are not a traditional building material in Japan, but symbolize cultural imports from Europe during the Meiji Restoration. Today, many homes use imitation-brick plating to decorate the exterior walls as a way of imitating Western styles. This work could be understood as an ironic statement regarding the Japanese penchant for showering in fake bricks.