This edition is a revised and simplified version of the book so it goes , winner of the Nadar Prize 2019.
In this book, Miho Kajioka presents a work relating to the concepts of time, memory and place. As in his previous works, the series reveals intuitive images of fragments of his daily life, at different times. It was while reading Kurt Vonnegut's novel, Slaughterhouse-five , that Miho Kajioka got really interested in this subject.
Miho Kajioka has long been fascinated by the chronology and meaning of events. According to her, photography captures moments and freezes them; posting impressions is like playing with the sense of time and getting lost in that timeline.