"I photographed by night, with the light from the house. I wanted to present the house as a scale model because I see Japanese houses as dolls houses. It is also, one could say, a portrait of a house. One could say that these are photos of a house, but at the same time they are boxes, just simple boxes. And on the inside there is a light that comes out through the holes, from the windows. The house represents culture, daily life, and at the same time it is a simple light box." — Yuki Onodera
I like to go for long walks late at night, with a good playlist on the player. I leave the lights on in my home when I do so; it's sort of my strange little way of communicating with those who pass by. It's like 'Hello. I'm away/awake. You are, too. Good night.'