These photographs are the by-product of two trips to Japan to plan and direct a film with a group of Ama from the Ise-Shima Peninsula. The faces and locations are documented as personal notes. It is a cinematographic study, in spite of its ethnographic value. This sequence of images portrays the Ama-San from the fishing villages of Wagu, Ijika, Oosatsu and Toushijima.
Artist book of 300 numbered copies. Binding in Cho Gosguin, with 50 different covers of Japanese paper. This harmonium book, done almost exclusively by hand, includes 39 photographs of the project Ama-San 海女さん.
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