Collection: Space of Magnetic Vision (2014)

This series was created 20 years after One’s Point of View of 1994. One’s Point of View was a work with a white donut-shaped blank space, but in Space of Magnetic Vision, there is another white ring inside the white ring. What is different about this from One’s Point of View is that the central portion surrounded by the double ring is the largest in area, the portion surrounded by the second ring is narrower, and the portion outside the two rings is the narrowest of all.

The most important characteristic of this work is how it does not suggest just continuous directionality, toward the inner depths or from the inner depths to the foreground.  When we experience how the image becomes smaller in area from the center to the periphery, our vision of a part depends on the larger image.