This practice is an ongoing work since 2005.
I have produced the abstract photogram on silver halide paper,
I came to the UK alone, and I have lived in London since 1995. I was born in Japan in 1980. I completed BA and PGD photography at University Art London, London College of Communication in 2005 and 2006.
My main topic of research is looking into the “mind” thought using symbolic photographic expressions to try and understand how to balance the state of fate. Human beings are in a constant juxtaposing. For instance: life and death, positive and negative, shallow and deep. Etc. This is based on Yin and Yang philosophical concept, and it is tangible dualities. I explore the use of symbolism within my photographic practice to reflect my state of mind.
The viewer can decide how they choose to interact with the artwork, and how they choose to perceive the work and what they choose to take from it. Also the artwork can reflect a lot about an artist’s state of mind and how they interact with the world around them and the state of human society.
The work exploration can be undertaken in order to find new ways of using of photocomposing and objects to transform the meaning of living in different method. I want to progress my visual language through furthering my understanding of how human communication can be reflected within the use of symbols. This will allow me to develop further my photographic practice.