The methodology behind the creation of my works is “by means of photo media.” Refusing to be constrained by conventional notions of photography, I investigate whether new expressions are possible through the combination of photography and sound. The techniques I have focused on are photogram, a way of directly exposing light and shadows on photographic paper without the use of a camera, and Chladni figures, also known as sound fingerprinting. This work presents the combination of these two as a sonic photogram.
Entries form: Eight B0 inkjet prints
I was captivated first by the sheer enormity of the prints and then by the subtle details and intriguing expressions using sound. I selected this work because it fulfilled my expectations for works that see the medium of photography as something pliable. If possible, I would love to see an actual photogram print at this scale instead of an inkjet print. I’m looking forward to a beautiful and impressive exhibit from this artist.
Born on August 12, 1991, in Aichi Prefecture
Completed in 2016 a postgraduate course in Media and Arts at the Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences
Employed in 2016 as a full-time assistant in the Image Media Department, Media and Arts Faculty, Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences