It Has Already Been Ended Before You Can See the End

  • Shigeo Arikawa
  • Japan
  • 2012
  • 11 min
  • Paradocs: Amsterdam Art Weekend at IDFA
A film about the end. We call it “the end” in order to perceive it and make it visible, but it had already passed by when we called it the end, or the end is always penetrating the present, so we cannot recognize the time of the end. The end has already started and ended. This film is the first of a series called PIXCANNING. The word “pixcanning” is coined from “pix” (picture/pixel) and “scanning.” It’ s a method of scooping up (scanning) elements that pass through the meshes of perception (pixels) when images (pictures) appear or are constructed.

Credits

  • 11 min
  • color
  • DCP
Director
Shigeo Arikawa
Production
Shigeo Arikawa
Cinematography
Shigeo Arikawa
Editing
Shigeo Arikawa
Sound
Shigeo Arikawa

IDFA history

2014
Screened
Paradocs: Amsterdam Art Weekend at IDFA

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