hyslom (Itaru Kato, Fuminori Hoshino, Yuu Yoshida)
hyslom usually conducts long-term anthropological field research on specific locations, people, and objects. Since 2009, hyslom has been periodically exploring a field, now a massive housing land development site with a focus on physically experiencing these changing environments with their bodies. In addition to documenting the process through video and photography, they are experimenting with an array of other methods, including diary-writing, sketching, sculpture, performance, and acting out the roles of the people they have met in the field. hyslom aims to discovers and reveals different layers of histories and characteristics of the site that will be eventually buried when the development is completed.