TEMPS DENSE is a series of projects that explore a certain method on human perception by suscitating the movement of light and its effects on the image; it accentuates the fact of seeing as an action of understanding existence by way of the black screen. The light gliding on the contours of objects shows us a spontaneous moment of projection and representation, where the delimitation between Nature and human society is evoked, the difference of their "histories", between vegetal organization and architectural formation. The basis of this creation is the analysis of continuity and discontinuity in filmic temporality, inasmuch as the latter can be a point of view on the Universe through its cutting up of everyday life.
Kôichi Nabeshima is an audiovisual artist who resides in a studio in the Parisian suburbs. He is interested in the concept of art as it is analysed by the phenominist idea and the interactive relationship between Nature and Humanity.
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