In this interactive book, abstract graphic patterns vibrate, swirl and blur as the reader overlays them with a special film. With visuals inspired by Ombro Cinema, a technique used in the early 1900s, the book is a colour sequel to Poemotion 1, published in 2011. The experience allows observers to create colourful optical overlaps that can disappear as quickly as they took shape.
- Takahiro Kurashima
- Lars Müller Publishers
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