The title "DRIFT" means to drive in the flow or something accumulated by drifting. The moment when I am impressed by a composition, I usually take a photograph. So, to point my camera at something to record my memory is not so often. However, in my photo storage, I can find some unaffected shots that sometimes might not draw my attention. Those photos show my unsophisticated viewpoints and passions. Recently, I am strongly attracted by the elasticity of such elusive photos and the presence of tools which functions and uses are incomprehensible. I create art objects that wear a something strange look flexibly combining those photos that had been cast ashore from somewhere of my memories before my eyes with useless stuff. They also exist as if they are playing and letting themselves go with the flow without intentions.