As her father gradually loses his sight due to glaucoma, artist Moe Suzuki begins to document their shared daily life. The resulting images are mixed with photographs from the family archive and photographs taken by her father. Through these images, Moe Suzuki attempts to show what is visible to sighted people but invisible to her father, and to imagine what her father can see that others may not.
Moe Suzuki, born in Tokyo, studied photography at London College Communications, University of the Arts London. Upon returning to Tokyo after the Great Eastern Earthquake in 2011, she taught herself book binding skills and started her career as a visual artist, working primarily with photographs mixed with archival images and illustrations to tell narratives in book form. Her work focuses on topics such as community life, people with disabilities, and spirituality.