I tried to create the installation with a goat in a gallery. This attempt was based on my interest in how an installation work, which is unconsciously built through like at sandplay therapy, was aesthetically evaluated.
During making the installation, I set up objects in answer to happenings that were caused by the goat; for instance, branches and leaves were placed on the point where the goat ejaculated. On the other hand, he moved them and thus produced more opportunities to take a decision to put objects. My acts were been limiting so as time proceeds by the interaction between me, the goat and objects.
At the same time, I realized that I gradually understood the principle of building my small world. The placement of the shifting situation presented a process where I consciously identify my unconscious mind.
View at the exhibition 'Somehow the mosaic looks nice.'