By combining glasses and text in one photograph, Yoneda tries to join the visible and the invisible: the present and the past, and individual life and a collective history, events we experience and events we merely know about. By showing all these simultaneously, she creates a kind of psychological shock.

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Onsite

Location code MONL.YOT4
Language

English

Keywords

photography

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

27

ISBN / ISSN

1590050452

No of copies

1

Content type

artist monograph

Chapter headings
Introduction

- Mark HAWORTH-BOOTH

Memory / Memorial Glasses

- Kotaro IIZAWA, 飯沢耕太郎

Tomoko Yoneda: Between Visible
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Tomoko Yoneda: Between Visible

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