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Venue: City of Utsunomiya, Tochigi
Organized by Utsunomiya Museum of Art
Year: 2013–14

It is someone’s face, but it could be anyone’s face. In other words, it is an objective rendering of subjectivity, affirming our existence as visible within the landscape we live in.
As a fourteen-year-old child, artist Haruka Kojin saw in a dream a vision of an anonymous man’s face floating in the sky. This installation is a realization of the concept of that image, done in a collaborative effort with the townspeople of Utsunomia.