False consensus effect
by Keigo Nishikiori
After taking pictures, I put many printed pictures in a box once. The meanings of the pictures put in the box are changing depending on the course of time, social conditions and age circumstances. Every time I personally ask myself about what my own viewpoint on issues is, I take out pictures which were taken at different times in different places, and make a collective form at that time retrospectively. After the presentation of the work, the pictures are put back to the box, and I make the next work while taking new pictures.
Keigo Nishikiori is a photographer based in Osaka, Japan. (born in Hokkaido)
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