Home Washer (2020)​​​​​​​
We are in the midst of a pandemic unlike any other we have ever experienced. Our anxiety is amplified by the uncertainty of the future. How are we to live in a world where social activities have to be suspended?
I believe that we must find our own mission to live in this world. To do this, we must stand on our own two feet and walk without giving ourselves over to the world. To this end, we propose one way of how we perceive ourselves.
We take off our occupations, wives, mothers, and social roles and look at them. As we consciously remove the responsibilities, codes of conduct, and distortions of thought that come with them, we can subjectively and objectively remember who we really are, as if it were something we had forgotten in the depths of a dimly lit storeroom. It is a memory of the pure self that I had as a child.
Once I find myself, I think again.
What do I want to do? What do I want to be?
自分は何をしたいですか? 自分は何になりたいですか?
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