The origin function of objects, which have been used for a long time, is reduced as time goes on. However, the objects have a new value as a meaning of more than objects to an individual. We proposed how to love such objects on a different viewpoint and wanted to have a meaning differing from recycling.
The material is pe-foam, which is mainly used as a backup material for construction, and it is suitable as an experimental material because of its light and transparent property.
"Through the old and ragged chair on my room will gradually lose a great deal of its original function, it will hold prevalent value over other new ones through the time and space shared with me. This chair may carry an image of myself on it, stretching leg to the floor, or elaborately cherish a reminiscence of a time when I conversed with someone. Sharing of such time and memory is also a matter of intimacy between me and the thing. However, regrettably enough, we repeatedly replace the thing for a new ‘goods’ unconsciously in pursuit of the ‘function’ it provides. The act of loving a thing again is engraved as the love of oneself about the time and space, and such love will be proposed as a methodology through ‘Re-Love' "