Lemon I, II, III, IV
Akihiro Boujoh’s multi-dimensional work encompasses sculpture, installation and photography to explore the emerging chasm between nature, environment, and human activities in everyday life. We seem to ignore – or perhaps we do not recognise – that nature, the environment and humankind are intricately intertwined. To discover this relationship, we may need to look both at the surface and at the very depths of our internal, individual interpretation. The aim of Boujoh’s practice is to question how we perceive the organic world, both in, and through, manmade structures. Boujoh uses the environment as a device to let the viewer’s perception fluctuate.