Whereas「lux」-spectrum- focuses on light itself, the -landscape- series seeks to capture the scenery upon which the sun falls.


Mirrors reflect the surrounding landscape perfectly, producing the feeling of an eternal parallel world in their depths.

Cameras let us whittle down landscapes which pass every day without our realising it. They act as proof of our reality, regardless of the good or bad we may have committed; they are evidence of our existence.

The difference between mirrors and cameras is where you stand. Similar to mirrors, photographs taken in those special black boxes reverse the reflections of their subjects. However, when the mirror image of some other, whittled-down landscape appears before your eyes, you are not in that landscape itself, but rather the you that is regarding the image is within the mirror.










・Find the flower(1994-)


・video & Performance(2009-)

・about Mineo Sakata