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Kazunori Takeuchi installation work by collaboration with Motoko Tsuno
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Published: May 30 2017

Upper:Takeuchi's work, Lower:Tsung's work

‘Threshold of the water’s edge’

One of the northern stars, Myouken (a Buddhist god)
A Chinese god Genbu dominates the North.
Genbu is one of the Four main Chinese gods and is said to be the guardian spirit of the North. The North belongs to ‘water’ of the Theory of the Five Natural Elements.
We look up at the starry sky when we feel the difficulties in finding our stand-point in this world, just as our moments seem to belong to the parallel world.
Once people looked up at the sky, seeking the unchangeable truth in the changing stars.
Now we also seek the truth in the threshold of the water’s edges between those stars and ourselves. Humans can only survive on this edge, in the situation of this threshold mechanism, so we resist and go against it.
In this threshold, we present the water’s edge that creates the conversion by the first collaborated work by Tsuno and Takeuchi.


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