Yosuke Yajima’s self-published “Wild Nature” brings together photographs taken since 2008 on the relationship between nature and humans.
“Subject matter of my work ethic is how to really see things that are visible.
I remember clearly, as a child, I got suprised with the fact that the miscellaneous trees near my house was planned to plant.
Now, most of the nature in the world are controled, well-kept by humanbeing and becomming “artificial”. It made me questioning,”What is ‘nature’ in modern days”.
We have misperception of humanbeing. We think as if we are in control of everything.At the same time, we use our power to take things out that are out of our control.
The wild “nature” is there not to be touched. Although, it is very narrow and limited world.” - Yosuke Yajima
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