The old teachers’ room has transformed into a space filled with wonder. Step into the darkness, and countless red laser beams and sound images will guide you, scanning over you. Once your eyes become accustomed to the dark, you will begin to see the disused desks and chairs in the teachers’ room, as well as various pieces of furniture and equipment from around the school that have been crammed inside. The teachers’ room is a place that pupils feel tense and uneasy about entering. However, in this particular room, all sorts of familiar articles from school are piled up and scattered randomly in the room, shown among the light and shade by the diffracted laser beams. This is a space that lies between the concrete and the abstract, between three-dimensional objects and their two-dimensional silhouettes, the meaningful and the meaningless. Visitors will become part of Kyozo’s space, where what was once part of daily life in this very space interacts in an out-of-the-ordinary experience.