Présentation de l'éditeur :

    "Masako Tomiya is a photographer originally from the region of Aomori, north Japan. She has lived in Tokyo for years, and one day, she received news that her sister and sister-in-law, who live near her hometown, were both pregnant. This news inspired Tomiya’s series Kito, a reflection on identity, family, transmission and the passing of time.

    Kito means « homeward » in Japanese. Inverted, « toki » takes on a completely different meaning « time ». In her poetic series, Tomiya plays with this dual sense. Her reflective photographic journey is undertaken with a subtle meditation on nature, and its seasonal transformation, alongside a representation of human life through women. Tomiya stages self-portraits and captures the daily lives of her mother, sisters and new-borns, to explore how her sense of home has altered with time.

    « I’ve lived my life asking myself
    “What am I? What is this world?”
    For a long time, I wandered without answers, and before I knew it I was older.
    Had time flown by, or was it all a dream resembling a memory?
    This story transcends time and meaning and self
    by staring down the idea of “myself. »

               -- Masako Tomiya "

    Essai en français, anglais et japonais de Masako Tomiya.

    Design : Bureau Kayser.

    Illustration de couverture : Satsuki Shibuya.

    80 pages - Couverture rigide

    Chose Commune, 2017

    Format : 22 x 27 cm

    Neuf - Aucun défaut

    45,00 €


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