Yorinde Yulan


Komorebi is a work that is driven by a study of movement. The work investigates the scope of the human body and the effect on the surrounding space. The video plays with our perception of space in relation to our body.

The spectators are surrounded by moving reflection as an echo of their own movements. The quadraphonic sound absorbs your sense of present, an immersion in space blends and rotates and this, in turn,  upset our perception of the relationship between the self and space and allows you to move freely. What are the limits of our movement?

As a spectator, you are surrounded by the 360-degree projections that take you through the body's choreography.