Artist Matthew Pillsbury created a series of images highlighting the technology and surreal aspects of one of the world’s most populated cities. For over a decade, Pillsbury made black-and-white images using available light and long exposures. However, for his series, “Tokyo,” Pillsbury turned to color and used much shorter exposures. This technique helped him capture the spirit of Tokyo. “Pillsbury moves freely within the vibrant pockets of buzzing Tokyo allowing him to contend with what for him has been a career long fascination with technology, alienation and who we are becoming armed with our electronic tools,” Benrubi Gallery said in a statement. “Tokyo” is currently on display at Benrubi Gallery in New York City through October 25, 2014.