The moment of loneliness with self, time, and the sea: the Enoura Observatory, located in Odawara in Kanagawa prefecture of Japan, overlooks Sagami Bay; it's where the artist Hiroshi Sugimoto considered to be the origin of his art journey, a place of being alone.
Artist Kei Kei recreated the deep in solitude memory with the strokes of illustration; standing on a greenery hill overlooking the silent sea in east Japan, it's where the artist recognizes as her start of the art journey.
Kei Kei is an experimental artist whose artistic concept is rooted in capturing individuals’ tacit sensations in fleeting moments. The artist’s works are performed in a way where the underlying messages are without being stated. The works are rich in introspection which carries the reflection of externals to one’s own thoughts, memories, and cultural identity.
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