Interview with Ena Yanai - You Are Here

Interview with Ena Yanai - You Are Here

What is your connection to the land your photographing?Previously, I presented a work with a motif of snowy mountains. A friend who saw the work taught the existence of "a desert like a snowy mountain". I decided to go to America to see the landscape with my own eyes. As I learned later, white sand is a sediment of the ancient seabed, it is a pl...
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Interview with Yoshinori Saito - After the Snowstorm

Interview with Yoshinori Saito - After the Snowstorm

Is it a benefit to already have a relationship with the land your photographing?I am the 3rd generation who moved to Hokkaido. I live in this place, I work and live. I encounter words with indigenous people from work making, think indigenous people, that is wonderful. Learning can be started not only from what is given but also from work creati...
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Interview with Tabea Simple - Alone No More

Interview with Tabea Simple - Alone No More

How important is loneliness?  Learning to be alone may be initially scary, but spending time with yourself allows you to discover who you are and learning to trust your inner voice is something that helps you grow as a human being. The experience and knowledge with and about yourself can prepare the way for what lies ahead. Maybe a new beginnin...
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An essay by Duncan Barnes - Shanghai Development

An essay by Duncan Barnes - Shanghai Development

  With Shanghai’s population recently exceeding 24 million I was intrigued to see how open space was being used in and around the city. While redevelopment has been occurring at an astonishing rate over the past decade, large expanses of unused land remain only a short distance from the city centre.Further investigation into city planning led t...
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