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"Site Of Reversible Destiny" Yoro, Gifu Prefecture, Japan 2004

Opened in October 1995, the Site of Reversible Destiny is a project by The Reversible Destiny Foundation, an artists-architects-poets group formed by Madeline Gins and Shusaku Arakawa.

I went to Gifu on my first trip to Japan in 2004 to visit a Japanese woman I'd met in Thailand. We had a very odd relationship, which made me question my sanity. It seems appropriate that the Site Of Reversible Desity was designed to "offers visitors opportunities to rethink their physical and spiritual orientation to the world". Something changed the day we went there and we both became free of whatever the strange thing between us was.

Partly because of the events on that first trip I returned to Japan in 2006 and stayed there for 10 years.

From the "Uchujin's Stitched Panoramas" series - Because the world doesn't always fit into nice convenient aspect ratios

Stitched panorama of 3 frames originally shot digitally.

3543x1214 px at 300ppi

1/1

"A collection of stitched together multi-shot Panoramas, because the world doesn't always fit into nice convenient aspect ratios."
Shot on multiple film and digital formats, in various countries around the world from 1999 onwards.
Deliberately not cropped to rectangles, the uneven edges showing where individual frames have been joined and emphasizing that the scenes continue outside of the constraints of the image.

All of the places in these images have a deep personal significance to me. In these places significant events or periods of my life took place.
These places made me who I am.

An ongoing series, to be added to throughout 2022 (There will be no more than 15 total images), of 1/1* editions.
(*Except #1 which was minted as 1/3 so I could giveaway one each to @seanbonner and @mujuworld as a special thanks for getting me here)

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"Site Of Reversible Destiny" Yoro, Gifu Prefecture, Japan 2004

Opened in October 1995, the Site of Reversible Destiny is a project by The Reversible Destiny Foundation, an artists-architects-poets group formed by Madeline Gins and Shusaku Arakawa.

I went to Gifu on my first trip to Japan in 2004 to visit a Japanese woman I'd met in Thailand. We had a very odd relationship, which made me question my sanity. It seems appropriate that the Site Of Reversible Desity was designed to "offers visitors opportunities to rethink their physical and spiritual orientation to the world". Something changed the day we went there and we both became free of whatever the strange thing between us was.

Partly because of the events on that first trip I returned to Japan in 2006 and stayed there for 10 years.

From the "Uchujin's Stitched Panoramas" series - Because the world doesn't always fit into nice convenient aspect ratios

Stitched panorama of 3 frames originally shot digitally.

3543x1214 px at 300ppi

1/1

"A collection of stitched together multi-shot Panoramas, because the world doesn't always fit into nice convenient aspect ratios."
Shot on multiple film and digital formats, in various countries around the world from 1999 onwards.
Deliberately not cropped to rectangles, the uneven edges showing where individual frames have been joined and emphasizing that the scenes continue outside of the constraints of the image.

All of the places in these images have a deep personal significance to me. In these places significant events or periods of my life took place.
These places made me who I am.

An ongoing series, to be added to throughout 2022 (There will be no more than 15 total images), of 1/1* editions.
(*Except #1 which was minted as 1/3 so I could giveaway one each to @seanbonner and @mujuworld as a special thanks for getting me here)

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