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In april 2010 Sarah made a road trip of more then 3000 km along a series of architectural sites in Japan. The chosen locations were from different Japanese architects working in the second half of the 20th century (Kenzo Tange, Tadao Ando, Arate Isozaki...). The result is a series of 6 images that can be seen as captures of performances. During these actions Sarah worked with objects found on the location telling us something about the location and also about social and anthropological aspects of the local culture. By integrating typical body language or objects like umbrella's or white gloves (that are very typical in the contemporary Japan), Sarah played with the interaction between the Japanese culture and its architecture.