Second Moon was a work made in response to and invitation to participate the exhibition “Little Dance”
In 2016 a small asteroid ‘2016 HO3’ was discovered in an orbit around the sun that keeps it as a constant companion of Earth. "In effect this small asteroid is caught in a little dance with earth" said Paul Codas, NASA-JPL. This 'second moon' is small and fast, having an irregular rhythm and orbit, and is invisible from the earth. In its relationship with the earth, ‘the little dance’ of the asteroid is quite similar to us facing the giganticness of a landscape or our globalised society. We (each or together) are considering with what kind of attitude we will approach this ‘little dance’.