“Now, Here, and Beyond” features Kitano’s latest body of photographs day light and watching the moon conceived and executed during his one-year artist residency in USA in 2013. These works illustrate the relationships between nature, human life and universe. day light was produced on 4 x 5 negative film using day-long exposure from dawn until dusk. In watching the moon, Kitano aligned his camera lens with the moon’s trajectory to capture the motion of the moon. The highlight of the show also includes new portraits from his major and ongoing series since 1999 our face taken during the Occupy Movement, of its participants and Hong Kong policemen.
Ken Kitano: Now, Here, and Beyond