I created a tripod that faces upwind like a weathercock, and used a pinhole lens to record long exposures to create 'Windgraph', a photograph that captures the light of the wind.
The wind becomes air currents that create clouds and bring us blessed rain. On the other hand, it can sometimes become a storm and take the lives of people and animals. The existence of wind is the root of nature, and the attempt to visualize the invisible wind is a way to be aware of nature and to coexist with it.
This windgraph captures the wind at Lake Notan in Gunma Prefecture, Japan. At first glance, it looks like a beautiful natural lake, but it is a dammed lake built for power development. By visualizing the wind blowing here, I think about the symbiosis between nature and people.