I got interest in the characteristics of resin when I first accidently encountered the jelly-like state, before it hardens. Unlike thermoplastic which is quickly molded by high temperature and pressure, a hardening agent is added to resin making the hardening process is slower. Observing and detecting this physical state is fascinating. When pouring resin to the metal cast and detecting the appropriate semi-hardened state, the natural swaying sensation of the resin surface following the bending of the metal cast excites me. It seemed like I was pouring the time, the strength of the moment to the works.