Expressing the elements of Japanese aesthetics in daily life, these pieces feature the everyday objects found while walking around Kyoto.
Crafted in lenticular format, these digital prints exhibit 3D depth, creating an interaction between the artwork and the viewer. It is a process whereby multiple layers of different elements are interlaced together to create the illusion of three dimensions.
They were first exhibited at the Attleboro Museum in Attleboro, Massachutes as part of the Boston Cyberarts Festival 2001.
Scroll down to view series.