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He creates artworks using IC chips that have been shattered into fragments by crushing semiconductors.

The choice of semiconductor material is based on its relevance to his background in quantum physics. Semiconductors have been understood and developed through quantum mechanics, the physics of the microscopic world of atoms and molecules.Humanity has developed along with it, and it has become indispensable in today's information society.

In such a microscopic world, there are also strange phenomena and behaviors that go against human intuition. His works focus on the eeriness of the fact that all things, bodies of living creatures, and the world itself are composed of and harmonized with such materials, and that semiconductors and other products are created and support humanity based on the strange theory that no one can understand, but only know how to use them.

Many of the motifs can be taken as microscopic particles or celestial bodies, and are composed of semiconductor structure colors that shine in rainbow colors depending on the angle and a black base, presenting human technology and the grand world of the universe at the same time.

The shape of the circle (sphere) motif that appears in many of the works is also a straightforward and larger-scale representation of gravity, the most fundamental force that governs the universe and that mankind does not fully understand in terms of physics. Celestial bodies take on a shape in which gravity works evenly toward the center, such that the same force works on average toward the center. That shape is the sphere, which is an equal distance from the center. In other words, the motif is based on the laws of the universe itself.

The shattering of semiconductors represents how unattainable mankind's intellect and perception of the material world is, and expresses our longing and awe for the universe.







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