Kei Ito is a visual artist working primarily with cameraless photography and installation art. His work addresses issues of deep intergenerational loss and connections as he explores the materiality and experimental processes of photography. It meditates on the complexity of his identity and heritage through examining the past and current threats of nuclear disaster and his present status as an US immigrant.
Ito’s solo exhibition Recovery to Normal Existence is on view at The Halide Project through mid-November as part of the 20/20 Photo Festival. A Q&A session will follow the online presentation.
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