A neurology ward.
Where are you going?
The flower of epilepsy blooms.
Total infection of body and space.
An incident at a mental institution follows:
A mad woman appears.
The walls and air of the room are insane.
What are you doing?
Her behavior and sensitivity have become frighteningly precise
and she herself is now frighteningly beautiful.
Her nerves have become sensitive to a point
that her destination at once becomes part of her body.
She represents the change from a relationship
between body and material things to a relationship
between one’s character and body.
This process has been stored in her blood,
and this process repeatedly spouts out of her body,
like in epileptic fits.
She cannot choose which dance to dance.
This process is continuously changing depending on what surrounds her.