In Japanese, the etymology of the world photography– shashin– brings us back to the notion of “copying reality” while, in French, the Greek roots of the same word signify “to paint with light”. Yuki Onodera’s work finds itself in the middle of these two concepts. She tries to capture reality all while illuminating the unreality of the 21st century. She...
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