Through this work, the place is viewed through a cartographic approach. This viewing is not merely looking at the place,... Read More
Through this work, the place is viewed through a cartographic approach. This viewing is not merely looking at the place, but through the <passage> that connects the past and the present, such as an event embodied in a place or an individual's aura, and through the <event> taking place in the present space. <space> persists everything. Also, everything is expressed by space. I, too, are not a third person who looks at the space, but as a survivor who exists in the space, and I work as a participant in looking at all the events that have been expressed, expressed, and will be expressed here.
Through the realization of sequential images of <passage>-<event>, the scene is simulated centering on events that occur in various spaces, and the work of <space> is not a simple place, but a place through schematic symbols. Pass it on. In his book, Jean Baudrillard talks about the modern war as a simple example of the simulacr that is dominated by images. When launching a missile, it proceeds while looking at the computer called the missile launch screen, but does not launch while watching the actual movement of the missile with the naked eye. At this time, the missile trajectory on the screen, which is the simulacre, will be the trajectory of the actual bullet, and furthermore, it does not matter whether the actual bullet hit the target or not. It is a work to find Topophilia through the TOPOGRAPHIC POINT OF VIEW series that a tree should be this tree, not just a tree, as in Roland Barthes book in the era of becoming a ghost.
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