Continuous discontinuity (連続的不連続)

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While I take women photography with continuous shooting repeatedly, I have come up with layering their continuous photographs to one photograph. My continuous shooting photographs have an interval around 3 to 10 seconds. I have thought that I might present women’s motion in a minimum time as one photograph to layer these photographs. I name the photography of this type “continuous discontinuity” (in Japanese “連続的不連続”). I have pursued this type of appearance with photography as a representation system. This means only fact that every people cannot absolutely stop their motion as long as they live even if it would be within a minimum second.

Although I recently shoot woman continuously within a few seconds to a few minutes, not but a very minimum seconds. I have tried to continue to express with photographs what people act or fluctuate within a micro time.