Weltanschauung (2013-ongoing), is a series in which Ono photographs a sky-scape at the locations where the time zone changes. The captured image contains two different times in a single exposure. The concept of time zone was first introduced by Sir Sandford Fleming in 1879, and it was a simple division of straight lines every 15 degrees. However today, the countries are free to claim their own time zone, and it has become a manifestation of the territorial situations on the ground. The neighboring countries such as India and Pakistan, and north Korea and south Korea see 30 minutes time difference between each other.
Cyanotype, silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20" each
Silkscreen on glass and white paper, 16" x 20"
Archival pigment print and embossed mat, 11" x 14" each