The word “Wabi” refers to a Japanese aesthetic. Linked to Buddhism; this word is synonymous with the beauty of imperfect and impermanent things. With the eponymous photographic series, since 2000 Bishun Jumonji, is working on immortalizing the contemplation of this ephemeral beauty, using photography the artist creates a real eulogy to singularity. While fixing on the film lights, movements but...
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