My recent practice focuses on exploring the boundaries between humans and non-humans, with results reproduced through individual perception and interpretation of small objects based on simple structures or elements. This is to use the habitual anthropomorphism of humans, like animal fables that have been handed down for a long time, and visualize it as a sculptural installation. Since the machine veiled in the context of automation itself implies innovation, its own texture of physicality and mentality is often ignored. However, toys that share technical and engineering intersections with such machines have always been an object of love and interest. By combining a trivial but well-crafted toy-like appearance and symbolic electronic components, I aim to maintain the tension between the two apparatus. Through those processes, I am making objects and videos that combine the roles of decoration and function toward a selective interpretation of technology. These objects acquire the ability as a value of existence, not as a tool, and are also a by-product of my resistance to the appreciation of technical media.