木村孝 / Kou Kimura
Each photograph is a record of fragments of the scene that appears in front of me.
I am interested in the town called “Amata,” formed in Thailand by an emerging industrial estate and its “new town” even though it doesn’t exist as an official administrative division, and I continue to photograph there.
In “Discipline – and Nature,” I have continued to objectify the images created by transferring the various layers that make up the scene, and in “Faces of Amata Nakorn, the ‘Eternal City’,” I look at people and their rooms, and the “nature” revealed in them. Their nature is also the nature of this place, and a part of modern Thailand.
Also, in “Swimming Cicada,” I am exploring the relationship between vision and consciousness with the motif of “swimming cicada” that I saw (recognized) one summer.