Wood sculptures by Japanese artist Yoshitoshi Kanemaki that defy ordinary anatomy and physical proportion by adding unnatural "glitches" to the human body in the form of multi-headed women, wavy-shaped females, and multi-eyed faces that deviates from traditional portraiture to dreamlike depictions. The many faces probably expresses the ambivalence towards time passing us by.
Looking deep into the world in which we live, we realize that everyone holds hesitations or inconsistencies that they can never answer. I think that such ambivalent emotions can be embodied regardless of whether they are surface or deep layer by giving the effect of an irregular shape deviating from human figure. The sculpture series created with these feelings is the projection of my own emotions—it may be your figure.+