Invites reflection on reality in the digital era, blending virtuality and craftsmanship, real vs. surreal, promoting a dialogue between mathematical and organic perfection, harmony and disagreement, urging consideration of the evolution of our perception in an increasingly digitized world.

Exploring the dynamics between shifting realities and adaptation, this collection blurs the lines between reality and AI, technological impact and the tangible vs. the unknown. Incorporating digitization and 3D printing, it challenges traditional perceptions, inspired by Shirley Kaneda and Nobuo Sekine, merging the abstract and material. Kaneda introduces a disconnect from the real through the abstract, while Sekine celebrates the material-industrial duality, both challenging conventional perfection.