Honorable Mention / 2021 / Fine Art / People
The streets of Tokyo are lined with show windows decorated with advertising photographs, and the pedestrians reflected in them seem to be under the control of human desire. And the figure seemed to be a projection of myself.
The advertising images that flood the streets promote purchasing intent and change people's attitudes and even behavior. I myself have moved from the rural areas to the cities, as if drawn by the vortex of desire unleashed by the consumer society.
Is the desire created and used by capitalism healthy for human beings and their environment?
Photographer / Born in Japan, 1986. In 2011, I participated in the Great East Japan Earthquake reconstruction support activities, which led me to journey alone around Japan for about five years to study society. I became interested in photography as a means of expressing the "doubts about society" that I felt during my journeys, and began creating works. Since then, she has been holding solo exhibitions and showing her work at art fairs in Japan and abroad, including Tokyo, Paris, and Dubai, starting in 2019.
Awards 2020 International Photography Awards ｜Honorable Mention
2021 Moscow International Foto Awards ｜Honorable Mention
2021 Portrait of Japan ｜Shortlisted
2021 PX3 ｜Honorable Mention