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Brief Published: 25 Jan 2012

Seiichi Hishikawa: Colors


Japanese photographer and filmmaker Seiichi Hishikawa has produced a digital video that connects colour, form and music.

Titled Colors, the short film embraces digital technology and its ability to allow us to reinterpret the world around us, translating music into what appear to be floating particles of pigment that change colour as time passes. Hishikawa’s film indicates a developing interest in the beauty of suspended, seemingly abstract colour compositions.

The video can be viewed via Vimeo.

Seiichi Hishikawa