Eruption

About sixty boards of balsa cut with the shape of Kanagawa Department (my birthplace), each with a different scale, are superimposed and glued together so that the piece has an architecture of an eruptive movement. This object is suspended in the air above a support. The piece was made for this first occasion, it floats on the bed of a room of the hotel in Paris where the exhibition took place.

Video : ©Karl Sauvade and Aï Kitahara

Evaporation II

About 300 drops of enameled light blue pearl porcelain water are installed on a wall of about 30 square meters in the living room at Maison Louis Carré. The drops are arranged as if the liquid was flowing upwards, as if the gravity was upside down, from the bottom to the ceiling. All that is being evaporated here is crystallized.

Evaporation I

About 170 drops of pearly white grazed porcelain are installed on a wall of about
12 square meters. The drops are arranged as if the liquid was flowing upward, as if
the force of gravity was upside down, from the bottom to the ceiling. The wall is painted gray.
All that is being evaporated here is crystallized.

Aerial house I

My childhood home in Japan floating in the air; 1/50th model in varnished wood, about 3 cm above a base.