TOKYO-2016 Moving images / -

Sonata for Seagulls

Sonata for Seagulls pushes the viewers into an unexpected dreamscape at the center of a cube-shaped digital environment. Every side of this cubic space shows the fragment of a video composition: a tridimensional intersection of moving images and physical spaces. The video questions both the actions and the perception of the viewers, and it is based on archetypical and philosophical themes of life cycles, presence, and physical awareness. Despite any effort to categorize and describe it, Sonata for Seagulls stays suspended between an effort to capture fleeting reality and the belief that flowing processes that transcend reality can never be entirely captured.

Lynn Bianchi is a fine art photographer and multimedia artist who has shown her work in over thirty solo exhibitions and in museums worldwide. Bianchi’s photographic work has been shown at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography; Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne in Switzerland; Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto among others. In 2011 Lynn began working in the video field and has to date produced about 30 multimedia works. Her most recent projects have been shown at various festivals all over the world, including Tulum World Environment Film Festival, Dallas Medianale, MicroActs and others.