This series highlights the ambiguity of the human act of “seeing.” We are supposed to be focusing on an object, but in reality, we are not seeing it at all.
I recorded this lack of clarity and uncertainty.
In doing so, I tried to replace the camera’s unique functions, such as the focus, shutter, and color reproduction, with human senses.
These works demonstrate that, although we might be looking at the same scene, each of us sees it differently.
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- Frame size
- Frame spec
- HAKUBA HFA03 A4 Black
- Signed work