Experience a world of vibrant, living things
“Images that unearth vibrations of the viewer, sway him. Morphology delivers this truth clearly along with the trembles and shivers of photography.” — Toshiharu Ito (art historian, Professor for Intermedia Art at Tokyo University of the Arts)
"A photo book born from anthroposophic morphology” — Iwao Takahashi (Steiner researcher/aesthetician)
“The shape of life that springs forth from anthroposophy” — Noi Sawaragi (art critic)
A photography book that manages to capture the likeness of stars being born to form a galaxy, of plants eroding a vacant land, of the sensation of distance when we look intently while touching, of sediment in the gutter changing its shimmer with the flow of water and temperature.
If we abolish the dichotomy of the living and non-living, and regard all things in the world as living, moving beings, the sensations of us, who are alive, and the guise of the world, alive as well, meet, and from their interaction with each other, a “living form” emerges. A rare book that expresses the Morphology of Goethe, the Anthrosophy of Rudolf Steiner, in the form of art.
“A shape rises up, trembling” Toshiharu Ito (art historian, Professor for Intermedia Art at Tokyo University of the Arts),
“Today, like the day before, a rainbow is born — a pleasure walk through the ether, extending the view” Yumi Awano (professor at Tokyo Zokei University; vice president of Form & Imagination; Colour Science Association of Japan; Organizer of the Research Society for Colour and Image)