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Fertile Land - Wet #2

Hidenobu Mori

Roland BARTHES once pointed out that the basic material of a movie is photograph. That's a moving image of photographs, is completing flawless, and a full world view is lost from not being One to talk about it. There is no "inclination towards the future", and in photography, there is no "inclination towards the future". From this, the concept of photography is created. Slicing phenomenology as philosophy in a movie review, noted that the object (the movie). This shows that, in a sense, an "inclination Towards the future "is included in the subject's (the viewer's)" empirical sense of values ​​". 
The piece called "Fertile Land" is a very simple, short picture, in which two pictures are relayed through the circulation of the memory. This picture is created by one image being played as the opposite of "An image that was taken in space" is merely a "it is a luck of an" inclination towards the future ", and the" flow of an experience that has been created "stops and vanishes. The "lady's mouth", that has been zoomed in on the image, is something that shows With in "emotional directivity", it is perhaps an "unlikery relationship" with the object. Me choosing the lady's mouth as a visual object is something that conversely brings out various imaginative Powers, through the "emotional directivity" that the expression of the mouth brings about. The addition of the mouth is continues to be a symbolic focal point.