GOSHIMA Kazuhiro / digital / color / 10min. / 2017
Normally, movies record “reality” as a kind of photograph. Various scenes that did not appear there, and did not actually occur. I attempted to simulate the possible divergences cause by tiny fluctuations in our daily lives by photographing the same action tens of times and layering these images on top of one another.
Moving image creator. Engages in creative work on the themes of taking apart sensation and the border between analog and digital. His black and white computer graphics work FADE INTO WHITE #2 (2000) won the Grand Prize at the 2001 Image Forum Festival. Recent works include the 3D computer graphics SHADOWLAND (2013) and the frameless moving image system THIS MAY NOT BE A MOVIE (2014).