• Seasonal Abandonment Of Imaginary Worlds

    A collection of fading, temporarily abandoned, Japanese playgrounds shot during the winter snow season. The playscapes have a longer life cycle than those of the west and exhibit no signs of damage or graffiti. Carine explores Japanese philosophies towards keii (respect) and mottanai (wastefulness). She aknowleges the playgrounds as the residue of an aging population and the rising Satori Sedai (Enlightened Generation) who value vintage over new designer goods. Carine equates the playgrounds as an origami-like structure of spacetime; folding, unfolding and refolding. This work will be exhibited during Sydney Design Festival at Koskela Gallery, Sydney (Australia) and has also been made into a book, published through Editions Publishing.