The sixth floor, comprised of a few small, mid-sized, and one large room that connected everything,
had an aluminium object sticking out of the middle, made from the building’s scrapped material.
This three dimensional object, which felt like some sort of mechanical plant root,
was deliberately placed directly below the mahojin [a magic square/circle involving math]
that was painted on the ground of the seventh floor, one floor up.
The location of this party decoraction-like object that divided up the space in the room,
gave it a noticeably shady and enigmatic impression; even more so for being out of its normal party context.
Ranging from club culture, live painting, graffiti, and street art, to illustration, contemporary art,
manga, etc., the diverse background of each expression here would at times fuse together and other times refuse to,
but nonetheless, they vastly crossed and surpassed the very notion of space and genre.