Tension. The wrapped wind.

Wool, Rubber-cord, Pin

1,000×800×500 (h)cm ×4pieces

The fibers of sheep’s wool entangle and spread out to form a sheet of cloth, just like cells multiplying.
If you wrap the soft, formless cloth about a pot, it takes the shape of the pot, and wrapped about your body, it takes your body’s shape.
I want to take cloth that has the potential to turn into anything, and tug it, twist it, entangle it, and wrap it around the wind of Amabiki Village.