Misunderstanding Focus from Japanese artists Nerhol are a series of images created from a multitude of photographs taken of a model who is asked to stay as still as they can over a period of three minutes.
‘Nerhol‘ is an artist unit created in 2007, composed of Yoshihisa Tanaka who plans the ideas, and Ryuta Iida who sculpts them. ‘Nerhol’ is a mash up of two words, “neru” to plan ideas and “holu” to sculpt and carve.
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