Between Order and Chaos
Reading a book is like chewing up its contents, re-editing it with a personal interpretation and reflection based on one's own experience. Of course, various readings are possible depending on the perspective of the reader. I am interested in the diversity of possible readings that are manifested without inevitability.
In the work <Re-editing / Orderliness / Chaos>, I disassembled a book and edited it into smaller units. The book, which was composed as a whole, was cut into smaller pieces, rebound, and re-edited into many new smaller books. In a corner of the miniature room, bookshelves or boxes containing these books were created where the arrangement appeared chaotic with fragments scattered like debris. The work attempts to mimic the act of reading, but with the contents dismantled and repositioned within the history of a given narrative. It is also a symbolic act of setting books free from pre-existing contexts by rearranging the contents."
Re-edited Museum 2021
Re-edit 1000 books 2017
《再編 1000の本》カラーブックス『日本の画家 近代洋画』、接着剤
Re-edit in the end 2022
《再編 結局は》カラーブックス『日本の画家 近代洋画』、ゴミ箱、接着剤
Re-edited World History Sourcebook 2022