Collection of visual explorations of light phenomena, where photography and drawing fall into observation and wonder.
(随筆 / ‘follow the brush’)
Genre of Japanese literature consisting of loosely connected personal essays and fragmented ideas that typically respond to the author's surroundings and interests.
(木漏れ日 / ‘sunlight filtering through trees’)
Japanese expression for the notion of beauty and simplicity of the world evoked by effortless perception of light. It points to a momentum when the seer, the seeing and the seen fall together in transient time and space, uncovering perpetual awareness.