Fenestra (2022)
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Fenestra (2022)

Creator

Daisuke Uriu

Year

2022

Cooperators

Mariko Higaki (Product Design) / 01-technologies Co.,Ltd. (System Design)

Category
Work
Tags
Fenestra, U-Tokyo Inamilab

Stand in front of the mirror and stop moving your body, and an image of the deceased will appear.

 

Fenestra (2022) was created for the special exhibition “Living with the Deceased: The History and Folklore of  Ihai Tablets, Buddhist Altars, and Temoto Kuyo” to be held at the National Museum of Japanese History (Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture) from March 15 (Tuesday) to September 25 (Sunday), 2022. The large circular mirror, measuring approximately 700mm in diameter, vividly expresses the original Fenestra‘s concept of a “window” through which one can meet the deceased.