3/8 - 4/12/2014
展覧会概要 *English Below
本展では、未発表作品を含むPanning of DaysとSkylineのシリーズを展示致します。
This exhibition will showcase works from the “Panning of Days” series and “Skyline” series, including photographs that were never exhibited before.
“Plura-Monism”, a coined term by German composer Stockhausen, means the state of discovering “plurality” in something that is “mono” or unique. Katsumata’s “Panning of Days” series at first glance appears to be pictures of single landscapes, but they are in fact a series of combined photographs shot from the same spot at different occasions. Many of these were shot over several years, and each print concurrently shows different shots of the same landscape taken at different times of the day, demonstrating how the same landscape changes throughout time. As the colors and atmosphere of the landscape change completely depending on the season and the amount of light, the viewer is able to experience and imagine simultaneously the different landscapes a single place can have. In this exhibition, there will also be a new approach in the display of Katsumata’s works, thus indicating a plurality in the method of presentation as well.