Dust is an installation in which pigments, the source of paint, are sprinkled on the floor and become one with the dust. The pigments and dust are fixed to the floor, and the viewers have to walk on them to appreciate the work. The pigments are made by crushing different substances such as minerals and breaking them into pieces, but in this installation, these pigments are
identical to the dust scattered on the floor. The painting is suspended, so to speak, at the boundary of dirt and art, pointing to a direct connection between the painting space and the world.
pigment, dirt, clear lacquer
View of the exhibition Throw off the Scent, Pass through the Skin, Art lab Hashimoto, Kanagawa