A foreigner’s investigation of Japanese spaces.

The idea was that of concentrating on moments of stillness in the otherwise overwhelming urban sprawl. People appear frozen as the aim is to portray moments of rest/detachment from city life while focusing on the idea of isolation. Subjects are surrounded by concrete cityscapes – their size is irrelevant when compared to the geometrical infrastructures of the society they live in.

My goal was to produce a body of work that keeps the distance from the stereotypical vision of Japanese city life while concentrating on the idea of loneliness.

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Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography

Tokyo: Static - Marco Barbieri - Photography