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Yuki Moriya

守屋友樹

sea noise and memory

I turned the pillboxes used to defend positions along the eastern coast of Hokkaido into camera obscura, and captured the scenery seen through the small windows on film and paper. Pillboxes are buildings that were hastily constructed at the end of World War II in anticipation of an invasion by the American military. It continued to be built until the end of the war, but was never actually used. 78 years have passed since the end of the war, and the current building is weathered and crumbling. Before the buildings and the memories of the war are lost, I wanted to create a unique image that connects the place and the story. In order to imagine my memories of the pillbox and what might have happened, I used the small window for shooting as a camera lens and recorded the landscape where there were no enemies.

Kyoto Interchange

京都府京都市東山区朱雀町421-2

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