Bunpei Kado was born in 1978 in Fukui. He is one of the most promising artists of the future, having participated in international exhibitions such as the Setouchi Triennale 2013 and the Oku-Noto Triennale 2017. The essence of KADO's work lies in the fact that by combining commonplace everyday objects like a puzzle, the original function and content of the object is shifted, giving rise to new meaning. The tools and objects used by KADO appear to be part of a very ordinary everyday life. However, they are imaginary forms created at the time by the artist's own hands. Only when we place it next to the real thing do we realise that it is nothing more than an assumption implanted by society. What creates this surprising situation is the high level of KADO's craftsmanship, which does not allow for even a millimetre of compromise. This high level of skill, combined with a flexible imagination and playful spirit, makes the work unique and shows a truly diverse range of developments. As the French art critic Chernick has commented that the coexistence of lightness and weight of the works reveals the invisible contradictions and absurdities of contemporary society, the light leaps of Kaku's works have attracted attention from abroad as a social role that art can play.