The Day After Yesterday, galerie Taro Nasu, Tokyo, Japan, avec Michiko Tsuda, 2015
Geodesy, B-312 Gallery, Montreal, 2013
Dominos: Image Association Game, Indonesia, 2011
Holes in Gaps, Cinematographic Weavings, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, 2010
Caroline Bernard – Michiko Tsuda
Photographs, family albums
A still camera is found in the woods with a memory card full of photos showing unknown faces. Apparently all individuals reside in Grenoble, France. An investigation was conducted in order to locate them from Japan by exploring the Grenoble region with the Street View tool.
The photographs discovered are those of a family with two young children who frequently meets the same group of friends. The Street View search allowed precise identification of some of the places found on the photos, such as the one of the concert, the vacation and the cake shop. The photographs are combined with screenshots made with Street View depending on their similarities and proximity. A young woman dressed in black celebrating her birthday; a young woman in black at car park; a party in a suburban house; a swimming pool in a suburban house. Photos are grouped by theme in the family albums. This particular format enhancing family memory ensures a continuity of time and space between the photographs and the screenshots. The images thus assembled seem to originate from a unique source.