Through graphic design, I am searching for a language to express the present. There is a Japanese word called “Fuekiryuko” (unchanging prevalence) and my goal is to conduct a think tank-like research on the word “ryuko” (prevalence). As a visual artist, I am looking for universal values that don’t change with human technology and technique.
These values transcend through generations, like the human traits, actions, changes in emotions present in Dostoevsky and Natsume Soseki’s novels. 
These personal experiences, which words cannot explain, is also known as qualia (quality). At times, however, Qualia can be a shared experience. This invisible line is what excites me. My aim is to create art that explores the shared boundaries of self and other environments.
There are indeed many ways to do so, but I want to devote time to develop and bring out beauty and human qualities that are universal. The process of doing so is a timeless experience.
In the Collectivity series, the organic lines formed by the gaps between pieces acknowledges the existence of invisible boundaries. The artworks look like drawings even though there are no drawn lines; the resin valley emphasizes the fact that boundaries exist without them. It is the invisible lines that give the boundaries equal recognition as depth, space, and matter all come to equal focus. These lines, which can be specifically observed in Asian Art, is visualized. They are seen as gaps between space and matter here; each part reminding us of the complexity and miscibility of various things. Moreover, the material, color gradation, and texture expand differently in the artwork to emphasize the lines and diverse composition.
The cluster of lines series aims to acknowledge the existence of lines present in the gaps of sequential animation drawings. Focal points change based on how the lines depict speed. This is an experiment to sense the time gap by occasionally giving the lines equal focus.





The cluster of linesシリーズは、ドローイングによる連番アニメーションの隙間に存在する線の存在を認識させることを目的としている。線の描写スピードによって、フォーカスする視点が変化する。