As one of the leading members of the Mono-ha movement, Kishio Suga's artistic practice mainly focuses on exploring the relationships between objects (Mono) and space, as well as potential association that arise from combining the two.
Suga firmly believes that people and things exist in a relationship of mutual dependence (izon). His work creates another environment where active minds and the physicality of the reality come into a unity. Furthermore, when the reality of things and human perception find a fine equilibrium, it is when the essence of this shared "situation" between the two is revealed.