Waterfalls are a place of mystery for me where I feel an indescribable, inhuman presence that both frightens and intrigues me. There is a painting entitled “Painting of Nachi waterfall” which, for 14 centuries, was believed to incarnate divinity. The first time I saw this painting, I saw nothing more than an elegant brushstroke on a dark background. Only after did I discover all the details and depth it contained, and renew with my initial, contradictory impression of waterfalls. « Taki » is a contemporary translation of this painting.

100x80cm, 39.4×31.5inch
Gelatin silver print, Selenium toning  

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