When you arrive at a new place and the beauty of it takes you away, which is better and communicates more with your friends and family - writing about the experience of being there, describing it in sentences, or taking a photo and sharing it with them?
Unless you are luddite, the second one obviously. That is not to dismiss the written word, it of course has its own fine place in our lives. But, if you want to say something powerful, the picture really does say 1000 words in this situation.
The most boring and least effective way to communicate something is to do it directly. It will only touch the surface of those that come across it.
But, if you can make people stop, take a moment and have them think and discover your idea and emotions for themselves, then the thrill they will feel of finally finding it will touch their hearts.
Having attended the prestigious art high school of Kaihou-koukou in Okinawa and continuing her artistic studies in San Francisco, Sakurako Gibo has a wealth of cultural sources to draw from on her work. This is before the fact you consider she now lives in Stockholm, Sweden, where her work continues to evolve, catching the eyes of people wherever they are from.
We took the time to ask Sakurako a few questions.