Time Out says
Onodera, a Japanese artist prone to playing perceptual tricks on the viewer, presents two photographic series: "Transvest" and "The Eleventh Finger." In the former, Onodera creates life-size silhouettes of such easily recognizable types as boxers, cowboys and runway models. A closer inspection reveals that these figures are in fact cutout shapes created from image fragments of diverse subjects: architectural details, microorganisms, landscape elements, etc. In "The Eleventh Finger," the artist superimposes lacelike perforated veils over the faces of ordinary people captured on the street.