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He and she were in the smoke.

They both smoked, and the smoke filled the room so much that they could not see each other.

They were filled, but they were not happy.

They just mistook each other for themselves.

They did not recognize each other as individuals.

They acted as if they were each other's property.

As a result, they despaired of being separate people.

I became suspicious that we were enemies.

But it was a mistake.

I struggled a lot.

We both struggled in our own ways.

And yet, they never left each other.

But they were no longer trying to be one.

It was sad, but I began to think that it was a way for us to live together.
He and she were in the smoke.

They both smoked, and the smoke filled the room so much that they could not see each other.

They were filled, but they were not happy.

They just mistook each other for themselves.

They did not recognize each other as individuals.

They acted as if they were each other's property.

As a result, they despaired of being separate people.

I became suspicious that we were enemies.

But it was a mistake.

I struggled a lot.

We both struggled in our own ways.

And yet, they never left each other.

But they were no longer trying to be one.

It was sad, but I began to think that it was a way for us to live together.
The next one after 2 is probably 3.
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TwO Painting

Kouhei Hayashi

Japan

Painting, Oil on Wood

Size: 28.6 W x 35.8 H x 1.2 D in

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He and she were in the smoke. They both smoked, and the smoke filled the room so much that they could not see each other. They were filled, but they were not happy. They just mistook each other for themselves. They did not recognize each other as individuals. They acted as if they were each other's property. As a result, they despaired of being separate people. I became suspicious that we were enemies. But it was a mistake. I struggled a lot. We both struggled in our own ways. And yet, they never left each other. But they were no longer trying to be one. It was sad, but I began to think that it was a way for us to live together.

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Size:28.6 W x 35.8 H x 1.2 D in

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林 耕平 (Japan / Kouhei Hayashi) 1977~ I don't draw my picture. It appears through my hands. I don't always image. I don't draw the picture that I imagined. It draws infiniteness that appears through me. I draw the nature of me. I don't do the act of drawing. I'm always waiting for something to show up. Just waiting with a brush. The picture appears without permission. Without asking me permission. I unite with infinity.

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