"mirage 1-6" was motivated by an artistic exploration of space, focusing on the sensitization of space through art and within art itself. From the beginning, I conceived this work as an engagement with the pursuit of a distinct auditory spatial aesthetic. The intricate dynamics between the human body and space, which artists and audiences have negotiated over centuries, are now discernible, traceable, and even empirically verifiable in auditory arts. Beyond mere materiality, it delves into the unique configurations capable of shaping diverse spaces and spatial arrangements. I refer to this capacity as "sculpturality."