The Work is named after the Brocken phenomenon which can be observed in mountain area. Glitter in the sunlight, turn red in sunset, thousands of light pillars appear in the morning fog and gently accept the moonlight. Tiny holes reduce light from the outside and create more dramatic light experience inside. Thereby
this work emphasizes the value of darkness as well. This work uses simple procedures, such as drilling or stacking steel plofiles, whereas the combinations of the visitors movement and pinholes on the wall makes complex light phenomenon inside the cube. Punctured several thousands of tiny holes by hand allows you to experience light itself as something tangible.
Music: Asako Miyaki - Outerscape
Born in 1977 Kanagawa, Japan. Majored in architecture at Musashino Art University. Performed fieldworks, such as high mountain climbing or caving, and making installation works on the theme of "consciousness of space" and "change of somatic sensation". 1st Asian who was selected SIGNAL, the biggest art festival in Czech republic. Participated in Amsterdam Light Festival, one of the biggest light festival in the world. Cooperated works with National Astronomical Observatory of Japan or Jaxa(Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency). Creating Art Park called "Kalama park" as a life work now.