A policemam vs 100 people, Mixed Media, Variable Size, 2014
The exhibition, which reflected the way described above, was exactly the Interim show in 2014. For example, I made a policeman and one hundred people and I hung up those on the notice board side by side. Then I randomly placed 100 people in, so the space between people also became artwork. Through this arrangement of people, the size of my work was flexible according to the space. In addition to this, there is a person who tries to escape the frame and a person in the air. I also added a signature to emphasise the frame.
A policeman at the toliet, Mixed Media, 10 x 25cm, 2014
Time variation by pixels in digital
Using this minimum number of pixels, the size of the work is not important to create this distinction. If that is the case, then what if I make a huge work with a minimum of pixels? What is the difference between a mosaic made by small pixels and a mosaic made by big pixels? Initially, I made the policeman with a lot of pixels to depict it in great detail. After that, I made a man by using a minimum of pixels whose shape can be distinguished by the human eye. When you observe that at close range, you cannot know for sure, like an abstract painting. On the other hand, you are able to distinguish clearly the shape of people at a distance.