Aftereal by Japanese artist Yasuhiro Chida.

AFTERREAL

Aftereal by Japanese artist Yasuhiro Chida.

AFTERREAL

YASUHIRO CHIDA

JAPAN

The special phenomenon of a light aftermath takes centre stage in the installation Aftereal by Japanese artist Yasuhiro Chida. The image of the wave-like movements made by the wires lingers in your brain. It appears as though you’re looking at a large landscape of line drawings that are actually not there. Chida shows us how reality as we experience it is an illusion that we create with our own eyes and brain. And despite all of the smartphones, HD cameras and VR glasses that we have at our disposal, our eyes (although maybe not as reliable as we might want) are still the most important medium in the world.

 

Photo's: Copyright: Janus van den Eijnden

 

 

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Size adjustable to circumstances

  • suitable for on water
  • suitable for land
  • this artwork is suitable
    for suspension

About Yasuhiro Chida

De Japanse Yasuhiro Chida (1977) heeft in Tokyo architectuur gestudeerd en maakt grote installaties in de openbare ruimte of het natuurlijke landschap, die sinds 2015 ook in Europa te zien zijn. Het belangrijkste thema in het werk van Chida is de lichamelijke, zintuigelijke beleving van onze omgeving, en de manier waarop we daarbij op veranderingen reageren. Chida deed eerder mee aan Amsterdam Light Festival met Brocken 6A (2017-2018), een grote, mysterieuze metalen doos waarin je een bijzonder lichteffect kon ervaren.

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