I'm rather attracted to unclear images than clear images that only shows facts.
Blurred images give the viewers more space to drive imaginations to add their own perspectives; when high res images give the viewers exact pictures and hard to draw additional perspectives.
One may think these images have gone a little too far from photography, but I can still see these images as photographs. I am amazed how our brains process pictures.
I would like to reconsider how our mind processes images and concept of photography.
born in shizuoka , japan 1994
2017 graduated Tokyo Zokei University photography major
2020 short hikes, Tokyo, exhibition of two artists
2021 view from the desktop, Tokyo, solo exhibition
A painting? A photograph? It holds a certain reality and fictionality beyond the juxtaposition of these two questions. Its movie-like impression is also interesting.