In my previous work, I focused on putting my absurd imagination into reality by running the deep-sea restaurant " KIRUYA “. As an extension of the narrative, I will show a series of episodes on land.
I divided the temporary space that looks like a cold laboratory into three parts using vinyl, but it is not completely separated due to the properties of permeable vinyl. This clearly expresses a neutral state, which creates isolation from one another, but is captured simultaneously by one frame.
Section 1 - Plant Souvenirs -
The earliest section, Section 1, presents the plants I collected from the deep sea and objects that were discarded for a long time and altered in shape.
The plants and objects are placed neatly on a pedestal designed for their own shape becomes a kind of sculpture and are stuffed here.
Section 2 - The Gatecrasher -
The deep sea restaurant, Kiruya, was not successfully finished because of the gatecrasher. One of the most important rules in my restaurant in the deep sea is visual intake, but the gatecrasher ignores the rules and the mass intake of " Karl's sculpture " runs away. I catch up and am only able to collect the deep-sea plants and chase the gatecrasher. After a fierce battle, I succeeded in chasing the gatecrasher, but I lost my way back to the deep-sea restaurant and had to return to land. Upon my return, I clumsily performed a dissection to retrieve Karl’s structure even though I do not have any expertise in anatomy and as a result, the body of the gatecrasher had an untidy hole.
Section 3 - Puberty Sculpture -
Karl's sculpture thinks. It was rescued by me. Inside of the gatecrasher, Karl's sculpture recognizes it’s mass for the first time. It does not know whether it is an organ or a muscle, but Karl's sculpture recognized his mass from the inside of the gatecrasher. As Karl's sculpture was exposed outside of the gatecrasher, Karl's sculpture begins to recognize and rebel at the violence that I committed to Karl's sculpture in the name of achieving flatness at the deep-sea restaurant Kiruya. Karl's sculpture was enlarged by explosive expansion of mass.