„Trying to count the left grains of sand on the nail“

Seli Yuki
October 31st – November 5th, 2011

In the spirit of the years-long cooperation with Japanese artists through the Japan Yugo Art project, O3ONE will host another photo exhibition that is coming from Japan. Seli Yuki will present a series of photographs produced without anything standing between his camera and the scenery. For the author, the sand on the nail has a symbolic and holy meaning.

“When I am taking pictures, I am thinking, I am staring too long. Then I get splashed by the wave of memories, floating memories.”

Bio:

Seli Yuki was born in 1969, Fukuoka Japan. He graduated in 1992 at the Design Laboratory of Kuwasawa, but in the years that followed started working as a photographer. Since the year 2001, he is constantly visiting Serbia and is inspired by the people. He participated in numerous group and was an author of several solo exhibitions.