This project consists of 11 programmed sets of images that take plants and insects that are part of the everyday Japanese landscape today and use them to illustrate the contours and concept of time. A microscopic world is reenacted by way of a wide variety of techniques including time-apse photography and computer graphics. The false binweed and the ant, the waterleaf and the butterfly: these and other plants and insects keep time. They perform the function of clocks, and also open our imaginations to the extent of the world around us.
After studying film at the Department of Cinema, College of Art, Nihon University, he has been active as a freelance film designer. He began to create works using digital media in 2008. He garnered attention with such works as CONCH and Sou-Tyuu-Ji-Zu, with the latter of which was chosen for the Jury Selection in the Art division at the 14th Japan Media Arts Festival.
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