And, where did the peacocks go? (signed)

by Miho Kajioka


Photographs: Miho Kajioka

Publisher: the (M) editions

64 + 32 (text booklet) pages

Year: 2018

Comments: 16 x 20 cm, edition of 440 copies, Design : Miho Kajioka / Atelier 25

sold out

'Right after the Fukushima nuclear plant accident, I found a blog about peacocks that were left in the evacuation zone, within the 20km limit.

I started imagining those peacocks, walking around the empty town with their beautiful wings spread.

The image I had in my mind seemed so far away from what was going on in Fukushima. It was as if two different layers of images - the disaster scene and beautiful peacocks - were overlapping with each other without being unified.

I started to see different layers in almost everything after the disaster in 2011.'

- Miho Kajioka


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And, where did the peacocks go? (signed)

by Miho Kajioka


Photographs: Miho Kajioka

Publisher: the (M) editions

64 + 32 (text booklet) pages

Year: 2018

Comments: 16 x 20 cm, edition of 440 copies, Design : Miho Kajioka / Atelier 25

sold out

'Right after the Fukushima nuclear plant accident, I found a blog about peacocks that were left in the evacuation zone, within the 20km limit.

I started imagining those peacocks, walking around the empty town with their beautiful wings spread.

The image I had in my mind seemed so far away from what was going on in Fukushima. It was as if two different layers of images - the disaster scene and beautiful peacocks - were overlapping with each other without being unified.

I started to see different layers in almost everything after the disaster in 2011.'

- Miho Kajioka


more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japan« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

And, where did the peacocks go? (signed)

by Miho Kajioka


Photographs: Miho Kajioka

Publisher: the (M) editions

64 + 32 (text booklet) pages

Year: 2018

Comments: 16 x 20 cm, edition of 440 copies, Design : Miho Kajioka / Atelier 25

sold out

'Right after the Fukushima nuclear plant accident, I found a blog about peacocks that were left in the evacuation zone, within the 20km limit.

I started imagining those peacocks, walking around the empty town with their beautiful wings spread.

The image I had in my mind seemed so far away from what was going on in Fukushima. It was as if two different layers of images - the disaster scene and beautiful peacocks - were overlapping with each other without being unified.

I started to see different layers in almost everything after the disaster in 2011.'

- Miho Kajioka


more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japan« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com