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Approaching the Space Department in Nara, a traditional Japanese house, the viewer is drawn to a distinctive feature beneath the front of the house, near its base. At first glance, this element is not obvious. It is a projection onto an empty water bucket placed underneath the house. The projected image, elusive when viewed from a single position, forms a circular pattern with various shades of blue. It moves gently, its appearance continuously evolving.

This interplay of light, oscillating between visibility and obscurity, deeply resonates with the Japanese aesthetic concept of Miegakure. Miegakure revolves around the art of concealment and gradual revelation. This project explores capturing the intrigue of partial visibility and the allure of the unseen.