The sun, the moon, and the earth.
These three celestial bodies, which have been spoken of since ancient times as metaphors for opposites, will soon overlap in a straight line.
I would like to decipher a modern allegory here.
If we can find the starting point of a major value standard in Copernicus' words, "The earth revolves around the sun," we can say that this is what has constructed the "hyper-objective" social system that emphasizes science and market principles in the modern era.
On the other hand, in the social society that emerged at the end of that period, the value standard of diversity, or the " hyper-subjective" value standard based on individual desire, unconsciousness, and anima, has again risen to prominence.
The conflict between these two values may have given rise to a major contradiction in our code of conduct.
And, we will encounter each other at the end of our long history and establish a new standard of value in the " in between" of these two laws.
By creating this image as a magnificent solar eclipse, the viewer's perspective, standing between the two opposing paintings, becomes a metaphor for "Social Eclipse”.