Three projectors with fan-like blades attached to their lenses are set up in large cages in the exhibition space. The blades rotate synchronously or randomly, resulting in flickering multi-layered projections onto a screen in front of the projectors. Through this visual effect, the viewer gets caught up in the swirling sensory pleasure of images that are gradually integrated or stripped of their original meanings.
The projections contain videos of people walking in the vicinity of the exhibition venue, images of living matter, archive footage of Yamaguchi City, and various other materials that are controlled - just like the blades on the projectors - via a computer.
While employing an expressive element as radical as flickering visual images, the work is characterized by a unique kind of mellowness, at once incorporating a "zapping" style reminiscent of such street culture as hip hop and skateboarding, and showing glimpses of a bottom-up kind of approach to architecture from the human body.