Endless green rice fields and forests, occasional low-rise houses, and billboards and road signs lining the highway. This is the Japanese landscape I have seen since I left Tokyo. This landscape has become a common one today with globalization that contains commercial elements in the natural environment. People have transformed the landscape, implanting logos and messages into the natural environment. There is not a single person in these landscapes, yet they are all traces of people, or of desire and consumption. These icons are full of purpose. Changing the way we see landscapes today.
This landscape has one thing in common; in today's society, this landscape between the city and the countryside is ubiquitous, putting artificiality into nature, and I think capitalism and consumer culture are everywhere.
2020.9.16wed - 9.27sun
Café & Gallery 1231
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