Masako Kakizaki’s photographs of her native Aomori Prefecture for “Aononymous: Full Circle” are nuanced and ambivalent. They do not project a sense of dominion, with grand open views out to a far horizon, but are rather an examination of land as geological textures and forms.

“I photograph landscape like it’s skin” Kakizaki tells me at her exhibition at the Poetic Scape gallery in Nakameguro.

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