Snowdome (2013- ) takes place on Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan. A place where constant snow falls on a densely populated modern society. The endless snow creates a landscape that feels foreign and imaginative, putting the mind into a nearly euphoric state. However, this mental state is quickly disturbed by the daily responsibilities of snow removal. The snow serves as a constant reminder to the delicate balance that stands between natural order and modern demands. Highlighting Japan’s long and tumultuous relationship to nature, one that is filled with superstitions, daily ritual and a pending sense of impermanence.