TAIYOH MORI devotes his artistic work to the question of the nature of drawing and its relationship to space. The line serves the artist as a guideline, with the help of which he examines the relationships between material, artist and quality of the work. Mori finds superficial emotion or suggestion rather disturbing, which explains the reduced vocabulary of color and form. The artist adds a spatio-temporal component to his drawings by incorporating glass as well as predominantly natural light into his installations. The works enter into direct contact with their respective environment through the shadow play created, reacting to changes like resonating bodies and consequently being in a state of continuous change. The moment of contemplation is thus always unique and transient. The experience of transitions or the dissolution of boundaries between image and space is one of the essential concerns of the works.