Sofia Coppola described her cult classic ‘Lost in Translation’ as a story about "things being disconnected and looking for moments of connection". The potency of this message only seems to have grown since the release of this film in the early 00s.
Together Future Future and Byrdi explore the key themes and scenes of the movie via a menu designed to transport diners to Japan, effortlessly and judiciously.
To further deepen the sense of immersion, Tom Blachford, a local photographer renowned for his ability to transform predictable and known environments into surreal and dreamlike worlds through his fine art photography, will bring his Nihon Noir series, shot in Tokyo, to life through window artscapes.
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