In the popular imagination Japan is commonly associated with many visual stereotypes such as the crowded, colourful and fast everyday life. Instead of the usual perspective, I have looked for a suspended reality, more visual than visible and I have taken the decision to live and represent the night scene so far from the busy and bright diurnal life. I have so discovered a different kind of Japan, made up of several fragmented parts away from the beaten “stop-and-go” tourist track. These places, echoes of a Blade Runner imaginary, tell us stories inviting to wear a different mental habitus. ...
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