a brief stroll whilst inspecting architecture

a brief stroll whilst inspecting architecture


Publisher: Self-published


Titled "a brief stroll whilst inspecting architecture" created between 2007 and 2013, The work looks at Japanese architecture and it’s relation to it’s surrounding environment. Created using a large format camera in locations such as Tokyo, Osaka, Kanazawa and remote Hokkaido, the work is a rare insight in contemporary Japan, which places an emphasis on how architecture can be used to posit a social, economical and geographical survey of the surroundings.


Printed on Tokeo find art paper, bound saddle stick binding using hand tied fine Japanese cotton.

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