harvest suspire drag clouds
vitality borrowing everyday kitchen
changing laundry dry desublimation
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shadow thumb chaise thumb algor mortis thumb algor mortis 2 thumb
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right foot 2 thumb right foot 3 thumb floor thumb phase change thumb
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From My Standpoint (2011), 11 mirrors and printed adhesive films, dimensions variable

Residents of the town of Yatsuo, Toyama, opned up their homes as exhibition spaces for a town-wide art festival. The focus of this installation was the traditional Japanese architectural space itself. Mirrors were placed in the house beforehand and views of the rooms as seen in the mirrors were photographed. Images were then printed on transluscent adhesive films and overlaid back onto the surfaces of the mirrors. The rooms were cleaned and household objects were stored away for the exhibition. When a viewer moved around and found the artist's exact viewpoint at where the images were shot, the printed scenery of pre-exhibition space overlapped seamlessly with reflection of the rooms at present.