These photographs lay in a deep sleep in storage, never to be seen by anyone.
One day, the photographer printed them on cheap paper, tore them up, turned them inside out, and laid them on the scanner glass. The ordinary photographs were freed from the intervention of thought and awakened from their long sleep.
Born in Tokyo, 1991.
While designing architecture, creates works of photography and drawings.
A beautiful example of what you can do with an existing image and how you can change the meaning of it. The images here are woken up by its creator and can enjoy a second life now. And last but not least, when you ask yourself 'why did someone make this?', it is always very positive and a big bonus for the work.