I recruited Canadians from the Kansai area and organised a group exhibition on Canada at Kyoto's International Community House situated in the Higashiyama area. The theme of the exhibition was Canada's motto "Ad Mari Usque Ad Mare" meaning "From one ocean to the other". This theme became the concept of the exhibit: From a picture to its thoughts. Therefore, each participating member had to expose a photo of Canada and write their own thoughts of it on the caption in the form of a poem, quote or just simple prose. I designed the room layout, materialised the concept and curated the work sequences as well as coordinated the opening. Visitors could write comments about a picture on a piece of red light cardboard located below the work. This red cardboard was one part of a long dotted line pointing at the two oceans between which Canada is located. These two oceans were represented in the exhibition space with blue cardboard paper dented by hand on which the Japanese characters of "Pacific Ocean" and "Atlantic Ocean" were written.