Two Centuries – One Break, 2008 

Metallic structure, earth ground cable, rescue parachute rope metal parts

These are sculptures worn by the users. They are connected by an axis that prevents them from being separated from each other, yet have a broad range of movement. In order for one to move, the movement of the other person's body must be taken into consideration. The materials used are internationally recognizable; that is earth ground cables, which are distinguished by their color, yellow with a green stripe, and rescue parachute ropes, which are white and flat.

The title two centuries-one break describes as "centuries" the two clothes and as "break" the metallic axis that connects them, allows the movement and at the same time preserves the distance between them. One century is more or less the life span of a person and the break is the gap that always exists in a relationship between two people.