Our modern daily lives are inundated with information. From mass media to one’s own work and personal life, technology bombards us with a constant stream of images. Often, this imagined reality feels as real to us as our actual reality.
In her new exhibition, “Distance – Physical and Psychological,” Masako has created a “new everyday life” that combines what we see in our daily lives along with fragments of the images that flood our smartphones and televisions. Through her work Masako expresses how important it is to distinguish other people’s experiences from our own. In turn, her work begs you to consider the nature of experience through art.