- toshihiro komatsu home CT 2021
- Works 2021
exhibition
Mise en Abyme
KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY, Tokyo
2022

lambda print
88 x 62 (cm)



展覧会
ミザナビーム|Mise en Abyme
KANA KAWANISHI PHOTOGRAPHY 東京
2022年

ラムダプリント
88 x 62 (cm)

Courtesy KANA KAWANISHI GALLERY



CT000522 , 2021, lambda print, 620 x 880 mm
CT000521, 2021, lambda print, 620 x 880 mm
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身体をCTスキャンするように、デジタルカメラで家や校舎をスキャンしながら撮影し、室の向こう側に実在する、壁や障壁画、カーテンで隠された「奥」を透視するようにして表出する。

実際の建築空間をリアルに切断しスリットや穴を穿ち刳り貫くのではなく、現場で撮影した建物の前室「手前」と後室「奥」をレイヤー化させた写真をもとに、「手前」壁面の画像を部分的に刳り貫き「奥」を露わにし、まるで実際に穿ったように見せる現実と虚構の目眩く視覚的撹乱。

太秦の義祖母が93歳で亡くなるまで、嫁いでからずっと住み続けた京長屋、建築士の父を持つ妻の京都岩倉の生家、大地の芸術祭 越後妻有アートトリエンナーレの舞台でもあり廃校になった新潟の木造の小学校、皇室が滞在したこともある130年前に建てられた北兵庫の書院造りの旧家、人の記憶と歴史が詰まった建物を写真が透視する。


I photograph the houses and school buildings with a digital camera as if scanning the human body with a CT scan, and reveal what exists “behind” the other side hidden by walls, barriers, and curtains as if you could see through it.

Instead of physically cutting and drilling slits and holes in the actual architectural space, the work is created by using photographs taken in “front” of and “behind” the walls as layers, and the “front” wall is partially drilled through to reveal what is “behind,” creating a dazzling visual disturbance between reality and fiction.

A Kyoto row house where my step-grandmother in Uzumasa lived ever since she married until she passed away at the age of 93. The birthplace of my wife in Iwakura, Kyoto, whose father was an architect. A former wooden elementary school in Niigata that was an exhibition site for the Echigo Tsumari Art Triennale. An old house built approximately 130 years ago in the Shoin style in Kitahyogo, where the imperial family once stayed. The photographs provide a perspective on buildings filled with people's memories and history.