Tomonari Nishikawa is a film, video and installation artist known for highly intricate and technical abstract pieces. Nishikawa is currently living in upstate New York as a visiting artist at the Cinema Department in Binghamton University.
Clear Blue Sky is the study of movements, colors, shapes and their relation to sound. Visual effects are created through, not a lens, but an adjustable slit, which was attached in front of the image sensor chip of a DV camcorder, while shooting at Washington Square, San Francisco.
Clear Blue Sky
2008 – 4 minutes – Color – Sound