Tomorrow Never Knows, 2016
Sheet paper, wood, fluorescent lamps
“Tomorrow Never Knows” is a work about desires and their deferral, that a person wants to fulfill before death. The space of sheet paper, which you can enter, is dark, but works as a light source. For solids, there are printed lists that are readable from the inside. Every few minutes, the paper space shakes, highlighting the uncertainty of the desire’s fulfilment. Those desires are collected from the same age people as the author.