The ‘Misunderstanding Focus' Series Merges Imagery

By: Jordy E  - Published: Mar 31, 2012 • References: ryuta-iida &
The ‘Misunderstanding Focus’ collection by Nerhol duo Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka offers an enticing display of distorted photography. The dizzying series mixes an assortment of snapshots taken within a three minute time span, effectively delivering a twisted slice of life.

The collection of blurred Iida and Tanaka photos capture the range of emotions exhibited by both men and women within an extremely short bracket of time. Featuring a variety of individuals, the Nerhol group has successful enshrined a spectrum of human sentiment in a way that has yet to be fully explored.

The Misunderstanding Focus series is reminiscent of an onion inasmuch as it is a layered display, unfolding slivers of facial imagery and ardor. Given the unparalleled distortion of these Iida and Tanaka effigies, they are bound to fill up the stacks of some of the world’s most distinguished portrait galleries.


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