|Susumi HARADA: The Ghost|
|Written by KALONSNET Editor|
|Published: April 13 2011|
“The Ghost,” a new exhibition of works by Susumu Harada follows on from his previous series entitled “window-scape.”
In those works Harada captured images directly from a television with camera, but in this new series these images are manipulated further, turning them back into ‘moving’ images.
These new images, like phantoms, appear and disappear repeatedly on the monitor. All we see is a mass of flickering light, not knowing if the images really exist or not. By questioning the act of seeing itself, Harada’s new works makes us reconsider what information we store in our minds and redefine the so-called post-9/11 theories about “the reality.”
* The text provided by art & river bank.
Period: April 16 - May 7, 2011
|Last Updated on April 16 2011|