In his series “listening to architecture” Ryo Suzuki offers a poetic and original vision of the work of master architects such as Le Corbusier , Peter Zumthor, etc.. The image serves as a formal echo to their art, demonstrating Suzuki’s deep and intuitive knowledge of their creations.
Suzuki points his camera at various phenomena arising as he approaches and moves around the space. In this way, he attempts to give way to the pleasure of the physical experience in order to live the flow and the unexpected richness born in the space produced by the architect. This is a lesson on the experience of architecture, so that we can start to fully engage with the ordinary spaces that surround us through our own individual bodies. When we raise our eyes from his photography we discover the surprising richness of our own surroundings.