The gallery presents a project with three historic artists from the Japanese conceptual photography movement, along with two emerging artists. This proposal focuses on the fundamental role of camera-based experiments in the practices of Japanese artists engaged in international conceptual art currents in the 1970s. As an essence of this art, given that it was also affected by Mono-ha, were questions fundamental to art itself, in terms of perception, matters, and recognition, as well as representation. There were also experimental actions by the artists who connected photography with art in order to express their ideas. Marina Gadonneix and Letha Wilson extended their reflections on the use of the medium and its relation to art.