Yuna and Shanaya responded to the invitation to consider how we can organise and compose spaces. They carefully arranged items tiles, metal rings, glass beads and silver balls on a circular wooden board which turned into “houses” and the “sea”. Then they turned “the lights on so that people can see everything in the world”.
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Everything contained in the palm of a hand - a reflective moment on a balcony…
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Capturing the moment before falling off the edge of consciousness..
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Late night urban layers catch my eye and reflection.
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It’s set-up week in the studio - time to pull out all that glitters again!
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A bright, yet faded wall of a house caught my eye as I wandered down another alley. At the same time, I was intrigued by the resourceful D.I.Y. use of materials where function is considered over form.
Somehow this creates a uniquely charming, local aesthetic.
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An exploration of the looking glasses (through the eyes of a camera).
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And there I was again, peering into a window of the Beitou Public Library admiring the doodles and views inside and out. To see the scene in colour, click here.
Another split-second captured, looking for lost time…
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A moment of serendipity in the sunlight with Penelope. To feel the British Summer Time warmth, go to: https://www.flickr.com/photos/michikofujii/48224615597/in/dateposted/