Temporary Contemporary, Tokyo, Japan
Japanese letters that mean ‘today, too’ were created with wire. They hang from one to the other from a ceiling, like a monkey chain. A Japanese letter「も」, that means ‘too’ or ‘also’, makes it possible to create a chain because of its form that resembles a hook. But when something changes even slightly and the word「も」is no longer applicable for a day, that day will become 「きょう」(today). Other days that were to be called 「きょうも」（a day as usual）are no longer possible to join the chain as the form of the word 「きょう」 does not allow for another to hang from it.