In matter cycles/atmospheric circulation(Trinity)*model

Artist戸田 裕介 TODA Yusuke
ExhibitionThe 28th UBE Biennale


Spring - the dust that whirls in the breeze. Misty surroundings,
flowers scattered thickly covering the roadside. The sea in summer.
The thunderclouds starting to build far out on the horizon. The top
layer reaches the stratosphere. Black clouds swollen with big drops of
water and thunder move at ferocious speed, and soon
the intense sunlight vanishes. Autumn - the large amounts of steam
that bring the rains. Coming from the ocean and dampening the eaves.
Winter - burning straw in dried up rice paddies. Smoke rising from a
bonfire, steam dancing wildly and aiming for the sky, meets the
bracing cold air and disperses.



The cherry blossom petals blown around by the spring breeze. Small
insect are flying around too. The summer sky, thunderclouds building.
Suddenly a big cold drop of rain water falls on my back. The black
thunderclouds are suddenly above my head, there is loud thunder and
lightning and as quickly as they came they are gone. Autumn, rainy
season. Where does all the rain come from? The air and the water are
always circulating around us. Between the sky and the earth the wind
blows. There is no end here. No middle. No edge.
People think very hard about problems right in front of them, and have
invented many useful things. Yet I want to think about whether if we
continue a failed experiment, can we go back to how things were
before? The wind is always blowing.
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