12 - 30 July 2017
Opening Wednesday 12 July, 6.30-8pm
“We make decisions in life without really knowing what the future holds for us. We hope forpositive outcomes but really nothing is certain.
Time ticks away irrespectively and we can’t do anything to stop it. Nothing is forever. But, is this bad? After all, we are part of nature in the
bigger scale, a part of “Infinity”.
I like to see the future in a brighter tone, captured here with upwards movements to rejoice the present with appreciation. Trees grow
upwards towards the sun for their source of food. Paths, whether they are abandoned railway trucks, roads, or footprints of a cow and
her calf, all show their own connection to the future or past. When you look up into the night sky, star trails created from earth’s rotation
tell you that we are part of the greater universe.
I am a quiet observer among all these, capturing the images because each image resonateswith something deep inside me - perhaps
triggered from my personal experiences in life. What can you feel from these photographs?
My style of photography is black and white film taken with an old camera (1938) and then printing these photos by myself in a darkroom
using silver gelatine archival fibre paper.” Keiko Goto, July 2017
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