The piece, titled ‘The Revolving House of T’, is located in Mito city in Ibaraki prefecture in central Japan.
To create the installation Mochida cut a circular piece out of the ground floor of the traditional house, which had been abandoned for more than a decade. The five metres in diameter section was reinstalled in the house on wheels, allowing it to be rotated manually by pushing on its walls.
The site-specific work was completed in 2017 and can be visited by arranging an appointment with the artist.
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