I don't want to get my body feeling happy when I dance a conventional dance.

Satoshi Murakami



The artist moves everyday, carrying a house made of Styrofoam and wanting to break away from the life centered on "savings" and "settling." Admitting that his performance is interesting, people everywhere he goes worry that "it is not enough to live on." But he talks to himself, "Do they think about what they do with their stable income and healthy body? Is the world where doing an interesting thing is not enough to live on more strange?" From a travel journal, “I Walked Carrying A Home On My Back.”


"May 15  2019

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"