Collection: Events presented themselves to me in their logical sequence (1989)

There are no doubt many writers who have made countless additions and still ended up with their works incomplete, and creators who have likewise retouched their works many times and still given up midway.

I do not think such acts are useless. Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going? (1897-98) by Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) immediately comes to mind.

Gauguin could not help himself because, gazing at the night sky in Tahiti, he was fascinated by the universe and was responding to the world of the unknown. To create is to believe that even things that are considered impossible to capture can be depicted and to boldly take up the challenge of the adventure. That is, to take up the challenge of attempting to make something visible for the first time.