Misunderstanding Focus by Nerhol definitely isn’t your grandma’s photography project, but one that explores the topography of motion through overlaying multiple variants of the same model. The artists collectively known as Nerhol, (i.e. Ryuta Iida and Yoshihisa Tanaka) created the series by taking several pictures of the same subject over a period of three minutes, and then superimposing the resulting pictures. The models were asked to keep as still as they could, yet obviously failed at achieving the untenable goal of total motionlessness. The work is basically a topographical account of the motion produced by the models. The images appear blurred, distorted, and their three-dimmensional versions look much like 3D maps of hills, valleys and mountains. The concept ingeniously explores human fragility, the notion of flaws, as well as the much-explored idea of time.