The many points and dots in Rumi Matsumoto seem like stars in the sky and have an open and expansive feel to them despite their density, making the viewer feel as if he or she were lying in an open field staring up at the vastness of the cosmos. Her photographs capture the dance of light like thousands of tiny sparks.
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