The motif used in the film and installations is a water fountain statue of Plato in Italy, which is called Bacchino (Little Baccus). The statue is a replica of a sculpture created in the late 17th century. When I saw this water fountain statue I felt a nostalgia that I couldn't express in words and was reminded of my childhood. When I was in kindergarten, I was a difficult child, who couldn't speak to the other children. All day I would just watch the other children in silence. I felt as if this statue healed the wounds of my innermost heart. I ensured myself that I will visit Bacchino when a sad experience might happen to me. I visited again after 5 years and spent a time around Bacchino during a two week stay there. I had been standing beside Bacchino every morning to wait a daybreak with him.
Rupert Sheldrake who is a researcher in the field of parapsychology says that our memories are kept in space and resonated beyond time and space. I agree with this because i often wonder how we can gain knowledge, and an ethical perspective beyond the volume of our short periods of education spanning just a few decades. I believe that memories stacked in space must affect us, not unlike a battery charging system.