performance with plastic containers for Fueki glue and bespoke embroidered cloth pouch alongside an installation of sand, pen and pencil drawings on paper cut-outs and electronical fan accompanied by Matsutoya Yumi's 1990 砂の惑星 and Kagamine Len's cover of Madaco's 2009 くるみ☆ぽんち, 25 minutes.

performed at Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery [DFBRL8R], Chicago, Illinois, United States of America for RAPID PULSE, curated by Joseph Raven and Giana Gambino, 2016.

performed for the second time at Sepersepuluh Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia for Tanpa Pantulan, curated by Kelvin Atmadibrata, 2018.

photo documentation by Jeremy Sublewski.

translated into Always be with you (study of Fueki), collage of printed images, pencil and pen drawings on paper cut-outs, 25x20cm, series of 20, 2016.

Propos un Garçon unearths adolescence and sexual awakening.
Based on Seito Sakakibara, who in 1997 was convicted of murdering his primary schoolmates in Kobe, Japan, the performance, installation and collage works visualize his obsession with death and masturbation as shared in his recently published memoir and collection of self portraits available on his website. The live action is presented alongside an installation of sand with cut out paper drawings and a functional electronic fan. It is also accompanied by an eerie looping of 砂の惑星, a 1990s song by Matsutoya Yumi which arguably became the pivotal role of Sakakibara’s sin as well as contrasted with Kagamine Len's version of くるみ☆ぽんちお which is sexually kawaii.