“The editing process was difficult. I did not compile into a so called montage that followed the narrative structure: introduction, development, twist, and conclusion. Instead, I tried to include as many photographs as possible like an endless tape without a beginning and or end.” —Takashi Yutaka  

The Real World

Photography is always surreal and in its changes of scale and its constant juxtapositions, and in comprising both the conscious and unconscious images of a reality no longer present. Reality is being transformed into a colossal photograph, and the photomontage already exists: it’s called the real world. — Luigi Ghirri, Milan 1979