And, do you still hear the peacocks?

by Miho Kajioka


Photographs: Miho Kajioka

Text: Miho Kajioka

Publisher: IBASHO & the (M)éditions

Year: 2022

Price: 225

Comments: 30x30cm; The book, presented in two parts, consists of a 48-page accordion and a second 62-page book printed on tracing paper. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies and 50 head copies accompanied by a silver or colour inkjet print on Japanese paper (to be chosen among 10 different images).

“Right after the accident, I found a blog about peacocks that were left in the evacuation zone, within the 20km limit. I then started imagining those peacocks, walking around the empty town with their beautiful wings spread.'

This text is from my previous book "And, where did the peacocks go?”
My newest book is the new version of the series about what I have experienced and digested from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident in 2011. That incident pushed me to return to art, which I had stopped for more than 10 years. In this book, I also used the text above but I added this line in the end:
'I still wonder where they went...'
Miho Kajioka


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And, do you still hear the peacocks?

by Miho Kajioka


Photographs: Miho Kajioka

Text: Miho Kajioka

Publisher: IBASHO & the (M)éditions

Year: 2022

Price: 225

Comments: 30x30cm; The book, presented in two parts, consists of a 48-page accordion and a second 62-page book printed on tracing paper. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies and 50 head copies accompanied by a silver or colour inkjet print on Japanese paper (to be chosen among 10 different images).

“Right after the accident, I found a blog about peacocks that were left in the evacuation zone, within the 20km limit. I then started imagining those peacocks, walking around the empty town with their beautiful wings spread.'

This text is from my previous book "And, where did the peacocks go?”
My newest book is the new version of the series about what I have experienced and digested from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident in 2011. That incident pushed me to return to art, which I had stopped for more than 10 years. In this book, I also used the text above but I added this line in the end:
'I still wonder where they went...'
Miho Kajioka


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And, do you still hear the peacocks?

by Miho Kajioka


Photographs: Miho Kajioka

Text: Miho Kajioka

Publisher: IBASHO & the (M)éditions

Year: 2022

Price: 225

Comments: 30x30cm; The book, presented in two parts, consists of a 48-page accordion and a second 62-page book printed on tracing paper. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies and 50 head copies accompanied by a silver or colour inkjet print on Japanese paper (to be chosen among 10 different images).

“Right after the accident, I found a blog about peacocks that were left in the evacuation zone, within the 20km limit. I then started imagining those peacocks, walking around the empty town with their beautiful wings spread.'

This text is from my previous book "And, where did the peacocks go?”
My newest book is the new version of the series about what I have experienced and digested from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident in 2011. That incident pushed me to return to art, which I had stopped for more than 10 years. In this book, I also used the text above but I added this line in the end:
'I still wonder where they went...'
Miho Kajioka


More books by Miho Kajioka

more books tagged »birds« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japan« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

Random selection from the Virtual bookshelf josefchladek.com