Five years after a fire ripped through Seika Dormitory in 2007, the lives of Chinese and Taiwanese students have remained largely untouched.
Yukino Ohmura uses thousands of bright dot stickers to create these astounding night cityscapes. It is an illusion that disappears when you walk up to the panels.
Illusion turns out to be truth by keeping a distance from it, and truth may turn out to be illusion too. We are trying to struggle in this world which is filled with uncertain and unstable truths. My artworks are part of the truths cut out from this chaotic world.
I am not sure of much about Night Stroll, except i love it.
Each dot represents a check-in during this 96 hour period. Super fascinating to see the different types of check-ins ripple across the city as time of day effects the rhythm of all of these individuals in a fairly regular pattern.
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A lovely little timelapse of Tokyo.