Road 2010

reflector, mixed media, h6000 x w6000 x d6000mm, Installation view at Mori Art Museum (Tokyo) 2010, photo by Keizo Koku

Road (detail) 2010

reflector, mixed media, h6000 x w6000 x d6000mm, installation view at Mori Art Museum (Tokyo), photo by Ooki Jingu

Road (Retina) 2013

reflector on wooden panel, h2400 x w6000mm, installation view at Kirishima Open-Air Museum (Kagoshima, Japan), photo by Mie Morimoto

Keyhole  2015

reflector on wooden panel, h2650 × w1180mm, photo by Kuniya Oyamada

Road (Contact) 2016

reflector on wooden panel, h1750 x w3600mm, photo by Ooki Jingu

Road (Entrance) 2016

reflector on wooden panel, h1750 x w3600mm, photo by Shinya Kigure

Road (Middle) 2016

reflector on wooden panel, h1750 x w3600mm, photo by Shinya Kigure

Road (Exit) 2016

reflector on wooden panel, h1750 x w3600mm, photo by Shinya Kigure

Archetype of City 2017

reflector on wooden panel, dimension variable, photo by Ooki Jingu

A series of drawing works created employing reflectors generally used on items such as traffic signs at night. The unknown signs are composed by reconnecting fragments of signals that are distributed in the city, and when light is shone on these, they linearly reflect the light back to the light-source. In the moment the line of sight of viewers are aligned with the beam and the sign leaves an afterimage in their retinae.