The letters sculpture on to a wall is about the perception of horizon, which is sometimes different in Western culture and in Japanese culture. This is an interesting aspect to consider not only on the level of individual experience but also on a more general cultural level. I create a view of horizon in the installation. I found the perception of horizon is something different in Dutch culture and Japanese culture. Installing letters in to a wall creates horizontal lines, however, the sentences say opposite about horizon: 'I am not familliar with the horizon. Sometimes I could see the mountains between buildings and houses.'
The freestanding sculpture is a model of imaginary landscape, which is made in symbolic flower form. This shape is reminiscent of a chrysanthemum, for example, which is symbolic of the Japanese imperial household. The form can be also viewed as a lotus flower, a symbol of Buddha.I bring it the level of the wall sculpture so that you can look across to the horizon. It also change the view of model.