Lime wood, paper mache, ink
The keys of my house and the floor plan of the Noh theater stage as a parameter, wood and its various
burned vegetation ash are used as materials turns to develop a new landscape.
The organic wood surfaces are created from photos (Pixel images) modeled by a 3D program and
be machined, and then put in by CNC machine a piece of solid wood milled. the cutting movement
path of the drill leaves a mountain-shaped pattern impression that blends with the wood grain of the wood itself
overlapped and a new surface texture for temporal movements generated.
The photos are from the city where I live. the Motives are a perspective under a bridge pillar
and the facade of a social house. These morphologies serve to but trusted unknown landscape forms
to imagine a bird's eye view or a ruin. The different states of the same material presented at the same time, as well it is also a footnote to the Noh actor wearing a mask and im looks at the mirror and says, "I am you now," becoming a ghost.