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Sean Lotman’s Sunlanders


Over the span of five years, photographer Sean Lotman traveled all over Japan’s many islands documenting the Far East archipelago not as it is at this present moment, but as a temporal reality fused with ethereal phenomena. His resulting photo book, Sunlanders, is thus not a historical document, but a surreal conception of society. It’s a way of mystifying banal stereotypes, slipping away into a parallel universe of vivid colors, standstill environments, and dreamy manifestations. Through a process of defamiliarization, Lotman highlights Japanese alienation and self-concealment in radical form. At the same time, he exposes a certain spiritual resiliency imbuing...

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