The Kamikawa Sub-Prefecture series is a selection of large-scale photographic works exploring the use of linear form to control a chaotic moment. Set ...
The Kamikawa Sub-Prefecture series is a selection of large-scale photographic works exploring the use of linear form to control a chaotic moment. Set in the winter of 2010, amongst the beautiful yet unforgiving backdrop of inner Hokkaido, the works study the geographic and economic constraints in building parameters. They also explore how these constraints alter the aesthetics and longevity of structures placed into the environment. As varying importance is placed on a new structure by the developers, government and/or community, the design and choice of building materials changes. This in turn affects the aesthetic qualities of the industrial, residential and rural areas. Shot against white surroundings the works demonstrate how these choices can transform a landscape. This body of work shows the Ê»whiteÊ¼ and Ê»the introducedÊ¼, what Hara would interpret as chaos. Within the space I have then attempted to neutralize it through the use of linear form and/or symmetry.
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