by MATSUOKA Ittetsu
Cut the yarn and knot the ends. Cut again and knot again until the work is complete: 《Untitled》, a ball of yarn. Every day, NISATO Chikara sits down at his workbench and starts the process again.
About 50 years ago from today, the passion of a painter changed the fate of a welfare facility.
At atelier, he solemnly draws by himself in the corner of the workshop.
A drawing that one member created with pencil. Doing what they wanted, how they wanted.
One disposable chopstick, a pot of India ink, a sheet of blank white drawing paper. In a space just for him, with his favorite music playing in the background.