Tamami Terasaki “Rheological Landscapes”

Shinjuku Nikon Salon

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Tamami Terasaki spent roughly two years photographing a lake created by the construction of the Miyagse Dam in Kanagawa Prefecture and its surrounding area. The Miyagase Dam and its nearby facilities have become famous as tourist destinations for Tokyoites, but Terasaki was attracted to the details of the scenery and the structural elements of the dam and its environment. The exhitibition’s title, “Rheology,” refers to the Greek root word “rheo,” meaning to flow, which is derived from “panta rhei,” or, “everything flows.” These 23 color photos allude to the constant changes that all things undergo at differing speeds as they become a part of one larger current.

[Related Event]
Gallery Talk
Speaker: Tamami Terasaki
Date: 11/23 (Sat) 13:00–14:00



From 2013-11-19 To 2013-11-25


Tamami Terasaki



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