Humans and nature have been intertwined since the dawn of time, and we have adapted to the various landscapes and conditions that Earth presents. In saying that, the modern era means that often we're so engrossed in our phones - or other technology - that we forget the natural world exists and that we are part of it. The events of 2020, particularly the impact of the novel coronavirus, have seen many of us reconnecting with nature and the wonders it brings.
The Garden of Life exhibition taking place at Tokyo's Teien Art Museum re-examines the relationship between humans and nature through the works of eight Japanese contemporary artists. There will be paintings, sculptures, and more on display which explore this unique connection.