KAMSO-JIKU=“Jiku” means scroll“Kanso” means insight of Bi-Do Way RepresentationThe macrocosmos (Brahman) represents the strong willpower (energy) of the universe that flows... Read More
KAMSO-JIKU=“Jiku” means scroll“Kanso” means insight of
Bi-Do Way Representation
The macrocosmos (Brahman) represents the strong willpower (energy) of the universe that flows from the creation ("big bang") to annihilation according to the theory of catastrophe, through generation (birth) , life (growth) , catastrophe (desutruction) , and emptiness (death and regeneration) . The microcosmos (Atman) represents the willpower (energy) of SAI-YUSHI that equals 10-20 of the minute particles of quarks. Each of the two kinds of energy may be equal in quality and in quantity. Therefore, mighty energy (AMARA-SHIKI) may be found within one's self. However, in the microcosmos, the wave of willpower should change between plus and minus depending on the phases of associative things (energy of fields). In the recurrence of birth and death, the sequence of enegy (metempshychosis) might lesson the willpower (energy). That is because , within each individual, each SAI-YUSHI is a minute particle containing a memory of the whole of the history since the "big bang", and art, up to the present may have been a suconscious expressin of the distortions in it. So, it might be simply that the energy from ARAYA-SHIKI is intended to be a vector of evolution.I want to call the art that will get thorough this, ARAYA-SHIKI and will go forward along a vector of creation to find the essential ability (AMARA-SHIKI), the art that will develop.In that case, it will be an interesting task to try to do the expression of assotiative things (energy of fields) in order to rehabilitate the distortion in minute SAI-YUSHI. Not being aesthetic, not being RO-teki (street-ic, or discoverism), I define the internal aesthetic as the BI-DO way representation.
"BI" means beauty. "DO" literally means a way. Through doing artistic activities, we try to pursue the essential state of our internal world or our exsistence. As in SADO (tea ceremony rituals), BUDO (martial arts), SHODO (calligraphy) and so on, we emphasize this attitude as an aspect of art by using the word "DO". It also includes the implecation of "the way we should go”.
This work was created in the year 1990 as a part of the KANSO-JIKU series which started in the year 1990.
This project has evolved in scale, shape, and (color) style before arriving at its current state.