The streets of Japan are full of vibrant scenes of organized chaos. In a country where space is at an ultra-premium, the use and storage of vehicles is a carefully thought out and deliberate action. My triptychs are an attempt to capture some of the creativity that has gone into the problem-solving of Japanese wheels owners. The choice of vertical panoramic highlights the formal constriction of the space while creating new juxtapositions and relationships across varied street scenes.
Andrew MK Warren is a photographer living in Roslindale, MA. He shoots pictures frequently, often examining curious and frustrating aspects of wheels-based culture. An avid driver, bicyclist, skateboarder, and surfer, Andrew makes regular runs to Vermont for beer, and all over for records. He lives with his wife and 4 cats and teaches Photography and Video at Buckingham Browne & Nichols in Cambridge, MA.