Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi creates sculptural works that attempt to preserve a singular moment in the natural word, capturing deeply pigmented sunsets and brightly-lit forests in a series he’s titled Layer Drawings.
He captures the accumulation of time in his transparent sculptures which show several instants of a landscape constantly in evolution : a blue or cloudy sky, a sunset… He prints each drawing on transparent films, in different sequences put side by side, in order to make the viewer experiment the ephemerality of time.


6 commentaires sur « Three-Dimensional Landscapes Formed with Layered Photographs by Nobuhiro Nakanishi »

    1. Dear Rohvannyn
      Yes, I know them well and they are numerous, in very different disciplines.
      I admire them all. It takes time, and it takes an open mind.
      l love their works for pure creativity.
      Their soul is insatiable of will, of ingenuity. I am always so admiring. Totally addict.
      Sincerely, I think this is a remedy for everything.
      Transmission is necessary to educate and entertain us.
      Intelligence needs to have fun; By making memory work, things are easier to remember!
      Thanks for them and for choosing my selections.
      Our aim being that people from all places and from all educations discover, on a wide range, the passion that animates these artists.
      Transmit the flame …

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