NOMURA Kenta / 2016 / digital / color / 21min.
mixing: TAKAHASHI Yasuharu
CLICKETY-CLACK FILM is a series of works that started in 2011. This work, entitled “High-Speed Express,” evokes the similarity of the mechanisms of two great inventions of the 19th century: trains and moving pictures. Images “run” along with the “clickety-clack” sound of film projection, passing by a vast amount of everyday scenery instead of railway ties. A work that takes viewers on a spectacular 21-minute visual journey.
Born in Kyoto in 1987. Completed Nihon University Graduate School of Art in 2012. Member of Tokyo Eizo Brig. Studies and creates original works on the themes of diary cinema and animation. Other works include CLICKETY-CLACK FILM (11) and CLICKETY-CLACK FILM ‘EXCHANGE DIARY’ (2012).