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Kotaro Tsuda
Kotaro Tsuda

The world view of Japanese special effects movies such as robots, dinosaurs, and science fiction heroes.
While imitating the dramatic technique of Baroque painting, which appealed for the reality of the story told in the Bible, it is drawn with the visual expression of cartoons. The intention of the powerful brushstrokes and dynamic image is "swaying back". By intentionally unbalanced screen composition, the viewer's eyes and consciousness are moved and shaken, and instead of looking at things from one side, they are encouraged to observe by swinging their values ​​in the opposite direction like a pendulum. As with Baroque painting, the theme is the exploration of humanity.
He says that facing the canvas with traditional oil painting, in which the story is drawn one by one with brush and paint, is the artist's own method of self-exploration. The thorough self-inquiry sways to one side and becomes interest in others and wells up. In an age when technology seems to be ahead of everything else, it shakes up the desire to return to humanity.

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