This is the "Windgraph" series, in which I built a tripod that continues to capture the windward view like a weathercock, placed a pinhole camera on top of it, and visualized the light upwind through film. I believe that the wind, which constantly changes direction and speed and passes in an instant, is a creature that symbolizes the present moment. Assuming that this creature has perception, "Windgraph" is an attempt to look at the landscape of the place where the wind has been and seen.
This is a Windgraph of Lake Inawashiro, a symbol of the Aizu region of Fukushima Prefecture, where I live. Lake Inawashiro is famous for its strong winds, especially in the middle of winter when it blows snow on the ground, making it difficult for people to come and go.