Kenta Okamoto was born in Kyoto, Japan, in 1989. I received the BArch from Kobe University, and the MFA from Musashino Art University’s Graduate School. I live and work in Kyoto.
These days, a lot of people watch their screen like a smartphone and a PC for a long time. And it is easy to imagine the Screen Time is longer than the Real Time.
That’s why I started taking photographs of images displayed on my PC screen recently.
The following are my awards, features and exhibitions.
I was selected to finalist of Exposure Awards 2020 (lensculture, 2020) and COCA 2020 (Italy, 2020). And I won an honorable mention of Canon New Cosmos of Photography 2016 (Japan, 2016). In addition, I accepted for Nikon Juan21(Japan, 2013).
My recent project, Terraform, has been featured in Digital issue of GUP magazine (The Netherlands, 2018). And my photographs have been exhibited internationally, such as the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (Japan, 2016); Quoz Arts Fest 2019 (UAE, 2019).