I'm interested in sculptures that remain from long time ago. Although I am attracted by the elegance and
dignity, the more important thing is whether I can feel "sexual appeal" from them.
When I create my artwork, I refer to a statue (a painting) as a model. The selection criteria
is whether they are "real". The term "real" as I use here means a kind of senses that we can get
by direct communication between people, such as warmth, softness, and detailing of the skin.
In addition, I reinforce an artwork by my own fetishism, and tailor it to my favorite character.
Throughout this secondary creative process, I play with my sculpture.
As a result of this play, the reality stays in my artwork.
There is a certain bias in this reality, that is, my own fetishism.
In other words, I regard this process as a kind of insulting act to the artwork. However,
in fact, there is a fair relationship between us, it is to say, he is permitting me to insult him.
When people feel the real on a sculpture, how do they recognize the real?
I can't stop thinking about the fluctuations of that psychological and physiological sense.