Jinzu is a term from the teachings of Zen Buddhism that is translated here as "mystical power." This is a loose translation for a standard term in East Asian Buddhism that means higher knowledge. It refers to a variety of mystical powers held to be accessible to advanced spiritual adepts. It implies a knowledge of and mastery over matters of the spirit or the ability to pass through, reach, and communicate with the mystical.
This exhibition is entitled Jinzu because its intention is to explore the hidden universe of the natural world and the insentient in an attempt to go beyond appearances and see things for what else they are. This is a characteristic of the Zen aesthetic, which is more concerned with communicating the spirit of a subject rather than its form. Indeed, in Zen art, the artist tries to convey the inherent nature of the subject itself.