by Ikeya TomohideIkeya Tomohide is a fine art photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. The concept of "control" plays a big role in Ikeya's art. He often tries to control the uncontrollable nature with his work, such as water. He discusses how human believe that they can control everything and try to do so. Ikeya explores the boundary between human and nature with the Wave series - "our survival depends on our position when we face nature."
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