“In my thought, becoming a doll is an action to deny the physical body of my own. I cover my face with mask completely because the head of a human being has the most important identity and the most important vital organs and I want to deny them. I love to stay in the world as a doll, who doesn't feel light, or sound, nor smell, nor doesn’t eat, nor doesn't breathe at all. For me, my abstract world of thought, my imaginary world, my philosophical world are important, but not my body nor my identity. In order to enter my dream world, I deny my own body just before I'm killed and become a doll. I cover my eyes, I stop my breath, and I become a doll.
The Kuniko doll is a denial of the physical body, and it is a Utopia for me.”
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