Ginza, Tokyo / 2 - 17 January, 2010
To See the Invisible, to Hear the Inaudible
In ancient times, people could see what was invisible and could hear what was inaudible:the soundof the wind, of a bird, of different kinds of seasonal rain. They could understand the smell of the air. People nowadays long to hear the sound of the gods.
While knowledge and experiance may enrich a person, some important sensibilities are lost in the process. Unable to grasp certain concepts, they should return to natural inborn feelings. It is my desire to open the way for contemporary man to understand the primal power of "SHO".
I want to demonstrate that "SHO" is not to be understood as a superficial element of human society. It represents instead the redemption of basic human qualities, of natural abilities to feel and see.
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