This work was created using the "panorama" function of the iphone's camera function. Originally, the "panorama" function was a method of taking pictures by tracing the landscape with oneself as the axis of viewpoint, but I used this function on moving trains and in cars to take pictures. As time passes (movement), the scenery is recorded like wrinkles and becomes like a virtual space. I focused on the most attractive parts of the landscape, which changed remarkably, and took screenshots to extract the images.
Photographs are originally intended to capture and record a certain moment in time, but the images created in this project allow the viewer to feel the passage of time within a single image, and I feel that they have potential as a new form of photographic expression.
Born in 1990. Graduated from the Department of Scenography, Display and Fashion Design, Musashino Art University
In recent years, I have been creating photos and videos using Google Earth and editing applications on the theme of the discrepancies and bugs (unrepeatable and uncontrollable) with the real world that occur in dreams and virtual spaces.
Major awards IMAnext#14 Co-exist shortlist. In addition to my photographic work, I do fashion photography and music video production.
Review by Kimi Himeno, Director of Akaaka Art Publishing
Movements with the panorama camera recreate landscapes of multiple timelines that are so uncanny. It’s a challenge that overcomes the photographic moment.