MIZU OCHI | dropped water
A suspended rising and falling is drawn through the reaching figure that carves its way into the contoured depths of the Douglass Fir boards. A conversation vertical, the boards of an upturned floor. The title Mizu Ochi translated literally as “dropped water” or “the place where water falls” shares an etymological root, in slight variation of tone, Misōchi is the word for the “solar plexus” and thus can express the phenomena of “having the wind knocked out”. This dual meaning taken from japanese in s a striking origin, literally translate to “dropped water” but in slight variation touch on both the Solar Plexus and a waterfall.