这次的作品既包含了日本独特的可称为多神教的禅的世界观，同时也表现了极简主义的“美”。展示的两个作品分别为：尖锐地讽刺了此前的拉斯维加斯枪击事件的《Invisible Japanese sword》和以神的多样性这一视点进行解读的有关人种、性别等100多年以来争论不休的接受多元化历史的《“Torii” diversity of God》。
“‘Torii’ diversity of God” presents the perspective of God’s diversity in response to the history of the acceptance of diversity, such as race and gender, that has been debated for more than 100 years. “Invisible Japanese sword” sharply satirizes the gun culture exemplified by the Las Vegas shooting. Finally, rounds out the two pieces to be exhibited. These pieces express a minimalist beauty while covering a polytheistic Zen-like world view that is unique to Japan.
▼远观鸟居，view “Torii” from a distance
In a state where international wars and socially caused violent incidents are still present even in the current 2010’s, we vigorously worked towards “creating a piece which appeals to the diversity of gods, in order to aim for the reconciliation of justice and truths which various people base themselves on”. This time, the project, “TORII”, will present the existence of a new god, “Technology”, by striking a torii in front of the main offices of Silicon Valley Giants.
▼该作品融合了日本传统鸟居形式与当代艺术创作，this work combines the common features of Japan’s traditional Torii style and contemporary art creation
▼反光表面似乎将鸟居隐藏在周边环境当中，the reflective facades hide the work into the surroundings
Moreover, through that, people will be able to perceive the objects of various ideals and principles, as well as various emotional respects, as divinity.
▼散发着现代感的金属表面，modern metal surface of the work
The artwork “TORII” is composed of photographs and three-dimensional objects, it will be exhibited in the designated venue in Miami, and explanations will be provided by the artists themselves during the duration of the exhibition.
FuFuFu Web http://fufufu3.com/
Address : 2135 Washington Ct, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Date : Dec. 7th – 9th
Reception：Dec. 7th 19:00 – 21:00
Opening Time : Dec. 8th&9th 12:00 – 18:00
Artist name: FuFuFu
Material: Stainless steel
Photo by the design labo inc. & TADASHI TAWARAYAMA