2015 / digtal / color / 6 min.
The psychology of the main character appears as hallucinations of water. When the water seems to be pulling him away from his friends and making his float, it plunges him deep beneath the surface. Becoming tiny drops, he overflows, splashes, pools, and falls as rain. Water projects and externalizes what is happening in his mind.
This world of smoothly flowing fluids depicted through discrete particles of sand evokes a unique sense of oppression.
Born in Shizuoka Prefecture in 1992. Entered the Graphic Design program at Tama Art University in 2011. Created the sand-animation work SPECIAL PROGRAM in her 3rd year and I CAN’T BREATHE as her graduation work.