_When I first came to visit Japan, I was surprised by this empty space between buildings.
What caught my attention, was that this space seemed to have a singular personality.
Indeed, the streets in Japan are relatively clean and impersonal as well as the front windows of buildings. However this intermediary space contains sometimes elements which contrast with the external environment. For example it is not rare to find a bicycle, ashtray, chairs and toys for children. From these elements, imagination gets the upper hand and we imagine another invisible important for me to adapt a simple and effective style. A focus but also a perfect adjustment on one element which I wanted to highlight. However when a space gives me no inspiration, when nothing particular is catching my attention, I am forced to take a picture.
It is to believe in the magic of words rather than seeing them in reality. Evidence.
To make the experience of sensibility concrete, between two blocs of “concrete”.
The city of multitude seems to leave some traces between these huge arteries. A necessary
distance, which lacks deeply in this city.
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