When I was a child, I liked to imagine.
My favorite at that time was small stones on the road.
Because it looked like the top of a mountain
when I looked at that sharp stone in the palm of my hand.
When I started taking photos, started imagining things again.
A rock about 1 meter high looked like a rock wall.
And some was tidal flats where waterfowl live,
or the Nazca Lines.
These photos are Imaginary landscape in my head.
Born in Okayama, Japan in 1961
Lives in Sapporo
Create works with Design project NEO
The macroscopic perspective can translate into a micro hallucinatory scene. The photographs with people effectively make this flow into a macrocosm with scale. Oddly enough, the use of a metric unit of length in the title is also suggestive.