Its by Akihiro Morita

Issue 91

In the modern society, we interact with elements that are so diverse that we ourselves cannot even describe.

Jobs, fellows, hometown and people around us etc… All of them appear to be within the close reach but we sometimes see them something very far. People of the modern society find themselves dispossessed and isolated at corners of towns and cities, in enclosed urban structures, within impersonal spaces in rooms and so on.

This project is a collection of photographs of cities and people standing therein. In these photographs, modern urban scenes represent the impersonal and diverse social structures and depict people’s solitude and the gap between individuals and the society. 

Akihiro Morita lives and works in Nagoya, Japan.
To view more of Akihiro's work, please visit his website.