Real size (1–5 cm) Japanese sweets were designed and then made in collaboration with Kyoto confectioner Nikka. Traditional Japanese sweets embed the elements of the seasons, in this case the concept was to create sweets that contain and portray the elements of the cosmos such as black hole, shooting star, comet, sound of the universe and so on. The outcome was a series of photographs of the sweets photographed in such way to portray levity, flotation and freedom. During the exhibition visitors could eat the sweets and enjoy a Tea Ceremony with them.

A single grain of sugar contains the same elements of the universe. What is in the one is in the whole.

Medium Digital photography C-Print
Size 90×90 cm
Editions 5+AP