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KAMO: Stepping Stones

85 x 155 x 35mm (3.2 x 5.9 x 1.4 in) /closed. Extends out to 750mm (30in.)
Digital print
Japanese paper, Bees wax.
Edition of 14

This book features Kamo river, Kyoto. The city has twelve hundred years of history and has been known for its refined culture since ancient times. While I was taking photos of local people crossing the river, I found some potsherds on the bank. The striking fragments of man-made objects seemed to be a symbolic representation of the memories of our ancestors who built up the city.