It Goes on Changing

Liquid crystal TV, IC, Electric wire, Photocopy of Mondorian's work.

20 x 18 x 5 cm

Photo: Tadashi Hirose

This work embodies one of Miyajima's three concepts, "Keep Changing". The liquid crystal monitor receives electrical signals at random, which become noise, creating a variety of patterns on the screen. As these patterns look like Mondrian's Victory Boogie-woogie, Miyajima contrasted them with the image of this work to show an "ever-changing painting". Once a painting is painted, it becomes fixed in its worldview and remains stationary. In order to avoid this, Miyajima presented an ever-changing worldview.