Version bêta
31 October - 14 December 2008

Mizuki Watanabe


A Japanese artist who focuses on projects involving visual perception, Mizuki Watanabe proposes interactive installations where the visitor is led to play with focal distances in order to obtain the expected visual results.

In this regard, In-between Gaze is a piece that expresses the ocular optical process through the screening of a film made up of real-time and prerecorded images. The film, initially out of focus, can only be clearly watched when the visitor adjusts the image by manipulating a magnifying glass between the projector and the screen.

Mizuki Watanabe, In between-Gaze, photo : KIOKU Keizo / Exhibition at ICC