- Coming into contact
- How it just remains, how it subsides, and how it undoes ‘I’
- 束の間の、つなぎのようなもの - That is, like a brief moment to be filled
- Shadow Drawing - Lilli Pilly
- Imago (video work)
- Imago (video installation at Phantasmagoria)
- ここがどこなのか_ where it is here_どうでもいいことさ_it does not matter_どうやって来たのか_how I have got here_忘れられるかな_can I forget
- Pensé en ir de alguna manera - Somehow, I thought I'd go
- Pretend Not To See
- understanding of misunderstanding
- It drops, it reflects
- Miru Milieu - See Site -
- Platform for Performance
- Waves in the sea
- Narrative Action - Force of Movement
- I can never be in your point of view, but...
- were born to be connected
Night Site # 1-6
/ exhibited at 'Geography of Space, Archeaology of Time' exhibition / 26 Oct-1 Dec 2018 /Australian Centre for Photography, Sydney
Installation view of 'Night Site #1-6' and 'As it were a meteorite of the earth’s shadow #1- 15
2018 /Colour inks on Kakita paper (98 x 67 cm each), 15 Plaster relief (160 x 100cm overall)
[Excerpt from my writing on 'Night Site', 7/10/2018]
"The sites, which I photograph at night, are mostly faintly exposed to be visible. They are the sites where I feel the possibility of being open, or pervasive. This is suggested in the reflections or the actual light sources, or a combination of both artificial and natural (for example, the street lights and moon light). This feeling actually resonates with the sensations I had when walking at night during my Bundanon residency. At that time, I could not articulate why I was drawn to the night walks. But in reflection I can say there is some similarity with my recent walks [in Tokyo]."
'Night Site' was developed through participating to the project, 'Geography of Space, Archeology of Time' - 'in Dialogue' with Izabela Pluta, facilitated by Allison Holland (Australian Centre for Photography), with the funding from Australian-Japan Foundation, and the technial support from Kawalabo! Kawala Printmaking Laboratory, Tokyo. The project's exhibition was held 26 October - 1 December 2018 at the ACP project gallery, Sydney.
review by Kathleen linn on Art+Australia Online
Other works of mine shown in the exhibition are:
'As it were a meteorite of the earth’s shadow #1- 15', 'Ode to the Zephry's murming petal', 'Listening to misterioso'
and 'How it just remains, how it subsides, and how it undoes ‘I’'.