(April 2000, 6 min.)
This video work has three creative aims.
The first aim is to compose video images from abstract figuration materials. On the screen, seven square columns which are standing are displayed. As time passes, the length and width of these columns change, and the columns move horizontally.
The second aim is to project actually recorded real images onto an abstract figuration background. Such real images add specific messages to the abstract figurations. These messages indicate warnings about human desires that may provoke a crisis in the real world.
The third aim is to make expressive sound tracks. The main materials of the sound tracks are real sounds and piano music. The real sounds directly affect the video images to amplify or change their messages. The piano music is coordinated with the progress of the video images, and gives specific emotion to the video images.