TSUKI, made of both photographic images as well as the artist’s first video work, which he made especially for the Rietberg’s museum show Mysticism – The Longing for the Absolute in Zurich, Switzerland. Rather than focusing on art, aesthetic and iconography, Mysticism engages with spiritual experience, displaying the diversity of mysticism that spans from Europe to Iran, India and the Far East. Kajii was inspired for his latest works by the Soto school of Zen, a Buddhist school founded by the Japanese Zen Buddhist teacher Dogen. With these works the artist present us with visuals that are calm yet restless at once, portraying the moon’s light in the Japanese sea as simultaneously unnerving and still. Symbolic and accidental alike, specks of light lightly dance on the water’s dark surface, inviting the viewer to absorb and engage with the Soto pursuit of ‘unity of practice and enlightenment’.