"Dazzle camouflage was a painting used for warships in World War I, when radar technology did not exist. It made it difficult to identify a vessel as well as its heading and speed. The person in the room hides her face with sunglasses, repeats reception and transmission with a smartphone in her hand. Dazzle camouflage that conceals form and direction of a warship is a metaphor of deviation in modern society. Transmission is expressed by painting on human, and reception by the world she sees." says artist Shigeki Matsuyama about her installation "Dazzle Room"