Nobuhiro Nakanishi‘s Layered Landscapes are pieces of pure beauty. The pieces consist of hanging sheets of acetate with still images affixed to them. Like a slide show or a film strip slowed down, expanded and hung to dry, they attempt to pause the movement of clouds and air over cities and mountains while giving a sense of the momentary fleetness each blink of an eye can contain. Powerful statements in a beautiful, simple execution.
See more of Nakanishi’s work here.