anonymous
  • anonymous
How were Hiratsuka Un’ichi's images of Tokyo's destruction post-earthquake in 1925 considered to be novel/unique?
MIT 21F.027J | CMS.874 | 21H.917J Visualizing Cultures, Spring 2008
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Following the destruction, Un'ichi walked and sketched Tokyo among the dying flames
anonymous
  • anonymous
His perspective really played to the Japanese concept of "place," and the areas he chose to capture added an acceptance of the new and the old/traditional aspects of what Japan was at the time and was becoming
anonymous
  • anonymous
The locations were distinct and simply depicted so that they were very easily recognizable, the inclusion of the Russian Orthodox Nicolai Cathedral plays to depicting how Japan was changing

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The novelty of the works comes from the unknown method of productions and the direct simplicity of location depiction

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