Contradictions dot our world, which is changing day to day at a fast pace. At some point, I realized justice and righteousness could not be defined. And I realized my thoughts and decisions were not infallible.
How much have I changed today from yesterday?
I took these photos without affectation, eschewing conventions and rules. They exist as proof and statements that here I am and here I think.
Entries form: Book with forty-six A4 prints on inkjet paper
I selected this work not because each photograph is necessarily terrific but because of the sharpness of their modern sensibility — that is, the selection and editing of ready-made pictures and images. The contestant’s manipulation of the images that saturate the streets is skillfully done, and I feel distinctly the sensitivity put into the composition; namely, the sense of balance in arranging random pictures and the way nonsense is included.
Born in 1990 in South Korea
Enrolled in 2015 in the Photography course at the College of Art, Nihon University