Japanese painting, contrasting the European, does not use perspective. Hence it doesn’t oblige the receptive to contemplate the picture form the outside. It aspires to let the audience be a part of the artwork. Ignoring concrete space and forms our imagination is called to integrate.
This video follows an analog guideline. Dramaturgy and the pictorial motifs are abstract enough to let the audience conceive the sight according to his own mood.
The film has no beginning or ending. It is an endless loop which recurs in a continuous cycle symbolizing timelessness.

video: Bence Samu (2002)
audio: Agonston Nagy

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