Tsuneo Sekiguchi is an artist who creates site-specific interactive installations. He works primarily with light, enabling his audience and participants to notice, experience and immerse in light. Since 1989 he has been creating rainbows by building prisms using water, mirrors and reflective surfaces. His main project as an artist is the constructing of rainbow-huts. He has make rainbow huts of different sizes and shapes and using different materials in Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan and India. The concept behind his work is to create a space for people to understand themselves as primitive human beings, dancing around a fire. The installation is meant for people to notice and pay attention to rainbow as light itself instead of noticing the screens and objects around them. He wants his participants to understand who they are and to encounter a newly defined space created inside the hut by the reflected rainbows.