An Exceptional World Indicated by the Sigmoid Curve!
I learned this word, sigmoid curve, at a meeting.
In the field of medicine, there’s an S-shaped curve that shows the relationship between the dose of the drug to be taken and its effect.
The effort you put into work, would be great if it tied into results, but it’s not that simple. Just because you put in the work, doesn’t mean that it will be successful in the end.
On the other hand, sometimes all of a sudden, you reach a breakthrough of skill in work, and you can taste that sense of a breakthrough.This means that the effort is not proportional to the effort that is tilted. This is a famous formula that expresses the relationship between such efforts and achievements.
As I look at Mr. Sugimoto’s art, the sharp feeling reminded me of a sigmoid curve.
This exhibition is being held at the Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art (Now the Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art), which holds 86 years of history was renewed after 3 years and closed due to COVID-19, but is now open again with limited entry by ordering advanced tickets online.
Hiroshi Sugimoto「瑠璃の浄土」(Ruri no Jōdo)