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Undissolved Vein / 未溶解静脈 (2019) Noum Video Works
2019 : Noum Video Works Series : Undissolved Vein / 未溶解静脈 (2019)
Something that disappeared in the process of establishing a Japanese style in a way relative to Western culture. When elements of Japanese music were incorporated into popular music, there may be something in the collection of truncated fragments that was really necessary. The concept I named "Noum(能夢)" is a symbol mark of a chaotic noise that formed by our own memories that have become a cause of the atmospheres that we feel. Sense and atmosphere that are not visible to the eye that has been influencing the history of Japan and Japanese people, (what have been called Kami, Kegare, etc) ※ that cause is “ an impression” that occurs from the chain reaction of human memory. “The impression” about particular things and objects, They are formed with each different form in each our mind. Fragments that were cut from the memories that including the non-recognition storage accumulated in our unconscious area, are spread around in the field of view of us. When we recognize something, They cause a chain reaction in infinite combinations by high speed and form “ impression of it ” of for that person's own. The distance between the reality and the "misunderstanding by impression" that occurred by the imagination like that, has been giving a major influence on the distinctive formation of Japanese culture that absorbs a different culture and alters its essence. Noum is what symbolized the chaotic noise made by the Chain reaction of impressions which are spread like fog in sight. 

noum video works 1 Visual work made by Hiroshi Mehata Track made by Mehata Sentimental Legend

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United Japanese neo traditional art and experimental music, This is the Factors that have created a sense for perceiving “the atmosphere” that in Read More
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