Part of the NowHere Collection
The famous Japanese poet Matsuo Basho composed a poem "May rain, the metal fitting of the bucket is about to break, the sound of the night" in 1687. It is a metaphor for the silence of the night when the metal fitting of a bucket is about to be broken by the accumulated rainwater. This perpetual rain brings silence to the city.
- 5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
- Comes with US plug and custom cable
Born in New York, 1991 and raised in Tokyo. Lives and works in Japan. Graduated from Keio University, Bachelor of Arts, Aesthetics and Science of Arts Department. Under the theme of Silence, these aural experiences and physical objects utilize the tools and traditions of a variety of fields including composition, engineering, sculpture, installation art, and performance. He has presented his sound installation works in Japan, UAE, Taiwan, and other countries. He also releases music pieces and does live performances.