Even if you and I were looking out at the same scenery from the same window, we would each perceive slightly different images. I was interested in whether I could give form to these differences in our perception so that we can visualize the discrepancies and distortions that arise when we attempt to look at something together. In other words, this piece enables you to see the actual phenomenon that is born as a result of the physical distance between viewers. With this window, I would like to observe how we share experiences of things with others and see how things appear from viewpoints other than my own.
2,000(h)×1,290×540 mm / Steel, glass
Uncertainty perspective（Horizontal continuous window）
700(h)×2,100×275 mm / Steel, glass
700(h)×700×275 mm / Steel, mirror
2017 / production support: Be Factory