Kimiko Yoshida can be one, and several women at once. From her pictures, which portray different cultures and ways of present to the world, this multifaceted artist creates a space-time connection between very different civilizations from each other, united by one thing: the same Kimiko. From the time of Heraclitus, there has been addressed the issue of the one and the many, a problem that we still try to answer. Kimiko Yoshida gives us a visual explanation to this conjecture: she is a different person in each image. She reinvents herself in each photograph, to reach the boundary between mimesis and the fading of her own identity, which clearly reflects the destruction of the singularity. Born in Japan, traveled to France in 1995, where she adopted a new language and a new way of living and creating.
Source and images: ©Kimiko Yoshida