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Photography: Color, Digital, C-type on Aluminium, Canvas, Paper, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Steel.
Inspired by the celestial sun goddess, Amaterasu Omikami. Born from the left eye of Izanagi, Amaterasu was put in charge of the High Celestial Plain,
Takamagahara. Worship of Amaterasu is done at the Grand Shrine of Ise where she manifests within one of the three Imperial Treasures of Japan, a mirror used by the lesser gods to draw her out of seclusion once her brother, Susanoo, turned sour towards her shortly after the two produced children using Amaterasu’s jeweled necklace and her brother’s sword.