The creative method is a team creation that takes advantage of the individual characteristics of the current core members (artist Haruka Kojin, director Kenji Minamigawa, and installer Hirofumi Masui), while seeking a relationship that enhances the precision of collaboration in conception, judgment, and realization as well as a shared sense of spiritual creativity.

Their works attempt to bring the infinite and uncertain world of reality into our sense of existence. They are not concerned with technique or genre, but focus instead on the exhibition space, the situation including the audience, and the line of sight. Major activities include Unreliable Reality – The Where of This World (Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo), Day with a Man’s Face Floating in the Sky (Utsunomiya Museum of Art Out of Museum Project, Tochigi), Seeing Far From Near (Mé in Beppu, Oita), and Obviously, no one can make heads nor tails (Chiba City Museum of Art, Chiba).

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