Motoyuki Shitamichi

  • After graduating from Musashino Art University in 2001, Shitamichi traveled for four years throughout Japan and took photographs of war remains.  The photographs were published in his book Bunkers, published by Littlemore in 2005. Shitamichi feels strongly that seeing and feeling the actual thing is important, which allows him to explore the memory of scenery and to determine what fades away and what stays. He uses photographs, writings, diagrams and maps to illustrate the scenery through the aspects of archeology and presence. His work has been exhibited widely in Japan.

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After graduating from Musashino Art University in 2001, Shitamichi traveled for four years throughout Japan and took photographs of war remains.  The photographs were published in his book Bunkers, published by Littlemore in 2005. Shitamichi feels strongly that seeing and feeling the actual thing is important, which allows him to explore the memory of scenery and to determine what fades away and what stays. He uses photographs, writings, diagrams and maps to illustrate the scenery through the aspects of archeology and presence. His work has been exhibited widely in Japan.