Simulated Travel 2019 video installation duration 20’45” stereo sound
The installation is a hideout that simulates traveling. It examines how images are developing and how seeing is happening in the three-dimensional space. How to capture all the motions and experiences outside of the framed image into the installation. Aiming to capture the feeling when viewing the environment through the viewfinder. I examined, could the installation capture the movements and experiences outside the cropped image area?
The video footage has been filmed in Kansai and Kagawa, Japan. I mixed various locations together and the duration of the video has been delayed. A plexiglass plate placed in the middle of the space plays video from both sides, and part of the video be reflected outside the plexiglass to the exhibition space. The atmosphere of the work is meditative and soothing.