On a Saturday morning, I saw a pigeon eating vomit on the street. I was drawn by that situation because I accidentally found out that a chain of circumstances was created by negativ factors like math: a pigeon being generally considered as an injurious bird cleaned a bad thing. However, I also imagined that it would drop mess made from what he just ate later. Although someone who did not see that might still regard the pegion as an injurious bird due to the mess at the time, I found it interesting that the change of scenery temporarily turned an existing perspective by a mismatch between the visual image and recognition.
I got inspiration for my exhibition from this scene. So I tried to make the installation in which I put situations shifting with time and the interaction among more than two things.
Score of a pegion and puke, 2015 / 鳩とゲロのしらべ, 21 x 30 cm