2019, 11:00 minutes, b&w, No Language
In this film, I showed landscapes.
Actually, they are objects we can easily find around us in everyday life.
They become imaginary landscapes in our minds.
When stripped off their scale, colors, and textures, they can also be transformed into the images of grand landscapes in 3D-computer graphics space.
Observing the reality from a different perspective is the theme of my works.
Those images are reconstructed 3-D models made from a thousand photos taken around the real objects by using a photogrammetry technique.
The first one is tire tracks on a sandy beach. The second one is a piece of a rusted broken oil drum. The third one is the bark of a tree. The fourth one is opened and dried fish. The last one is a decayed tree stump the diameter of which is about 30 cm.
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