In this work, I repeatedly mapped the color gradients of visible light onto photographs of people. The world is replete with numerous "others," and colors are relative. There are individual differences in the retina from person to person, so the same color may be perceived differently.
Born in 1992 in Ichikawa, Chiba. His major solo exhibitions include “sediments” (2019, TAP Gallery, Tokyo) and group exhibitions include the “NEXT PROJECT EXHIBITION” (2019, Higashikawa International Photography Festival, Hokkaido). Rather than photography as a poetic expression, he feels attached to the use of context which employs the medium as a system of solid expressive context. In his work, he attempts to deconstruct photography (or the entire actions of photography) by layering photographs or arranging them in large numbers.
I thought that it would be interesting to more closely examine whether visible light limited to the range visible to the human eye is good, or whether it is essentially called a concept because it is limited to said range.
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