A rose is a RoSe is A roSE is A ROSE.
In a Japanese zen garden, natural material and decoration which imitate animal appearance are endowed with philosophical and thoughtful attributes; then, material and decoration become narrative objects with symbolical value. This equivalent relationship is poetic and aesthetic. Furthermore, when this relationship turns into a suppositional law of identity, the objects possess a greater possibility and power which transcends the limitation of both essence and presence.
I try to explain the aesthetic aspect of this phenomenon by transforming and re-create materials, as well as an approach to simulate and reconstitute structure.