Movements Arising from Different Relationships
- Between Regularity and Irregularity II
Masahiro Tsutani: Director, Cinematography, Editing, Music, Sound Design, Programming.
12min48sec. 1920x1080, colour, 5.1ch-surround / stereo
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This is the second movie in the series, following on from the previous work, "Between Regularity and Irregularity". As with the previous movie, this work continues to focus on fluctuations in the timing of sounds, change in tone quality, movement of particles, and form. In addition, this movie uses the different movements caused by different relationships between minute units such as structures and cells in mouse brains, as well as particles and lines in non-living matter.
This movie uses footage of the neural tissue of mouse brains expressing fluorescent proteins. Tissue was made transparent using "Sca/e" technology developed by the Laboratory for Cell Function Dynamics, RIKEN Brain Science Institute. The neural tissue was fixed and filmed every few micrometers along the z-axis. Filming was carried out using an objective lens newly developed by Olympus Corporation and provided by Lab. for Cell Function Dynamics, RIKEN BSI and RIKEN BSI-Olympus Collaboration Center. I would like to convey my deepest gratitude.