Cell II
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The world of living things seen through a microscope is full of beauty that we humans cannot imagine. There is a micro, macro, and nanoscale world that cannot be captured by human eyesight. I once had the experience of looking inside my body with an endoscope. The special act of looking inside my organs was strange and interesting, like exploring a mysterious world I had never seen before. The protrusions on the walls of our internal organs, the cilia that cover the protrusions, and the myriad holes on the surface of the cilia. .. .. What is the shape of the cell, which is the smallest unit? I made the painting while thinking about the endlessly small world. And when I am aware of the fact that my body is made up of innumerable small units, a mysterious feeling of relief is born.