According to Plato, art can be dangerous because it gives us a second-hand copy of life. It is an illusion that moves us away from the truth. But Prakash Gandhi Natarajan’s “Italy Motion Timelapse” makes the counter argument. His time-lapse travelogue reveals truths that are hidden by ordinary time-bound perception. If that’s too philosophical a statement, try this: Watch the movie and decide for yourself whether or not it lets you see realities that were previously invisible.
“Italy Motion Timelapse” was shot on an iPhone 7 Plus. Stabilization was achieved using a DJI OSMO Mobile Gimbal.
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