The Swimming Pool

By: Louk Vreeswijk

Nov 30 2014

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Category: Asia, Japan

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Aperture:f/8
Focal Length:19mm
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This pool owes its alienating effect to the fact that it’s actually only a baby pool with hardly 10 cm of water on a transparent floor under which people can walk by. It is a work of art by Leandro Erlich in the Museum of Contemporary Art at Kanazawa.

I used the photo in my film Still Dance of Life in Time and Space as an allusion – with a wink – to the evolutionary theory that all life has originated in the waters of the oceans.

Photo of the week: The Swimming Pool, by Leandro Erlich 2004, 21st century Museum of Modern Art – Kanazawa, Japan 2008

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