Rohan Hutchinson - a brief stroll whilst inspecting architecture


The debut publication from Melbourne-based photographer Rohan Hutchinson traces six years of architectural photographs shot in Japan. Hutchison's highly formal, large-format photographs tease out an interest that rests not so much in architecture as an isolated discipline or gesture, but in its vernacular and ever-changing relationship to its environment. The images that populate a brief stroll whilst inspecting architecture – which is meticulously self-published and printed in Japan – are at once poetic and speculative in tenor, their vantages of northern Japan speaking of the built form's place in the geographic and socio-economic setting.

28 pages, 18.5 x 25.5 cm, softcover, self-published (Melbourne).