Yoshiki Nishimura

2017, 10:00 minutes, B&W, no language

TAPECODE 2048.11

This film shows the constant repetition of rolling waves breaking on the shore.

Although the moving images were made by 3D computer graphics, their movements are
totally natural, synthetic-free.

The waves washing the shore were shot by a video camera.
The waves had differing appearance each time due to the wind direction and
velocity and the positions of the sun in the sky etc..
That is one of mesmerizing movements in this world.

The video footage was transformed into another moving images in cyber-space,
however they fully reflect the real movements of the reality.

This is not a computer graphics animation.
This is not a simulation either.
This is appreciation and observation of the reality.

Making a different perspective on the reality is the theme of my works.

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