Ryuta Lida, in collaboration with Yoshihisa Tanaka, has produced a series called 'Misunderstanding Focus'. This clever use of portraiture does more than show a person though, it presents additional elements such as movement and time.
Looking at one of these images is like looking at a portion of the person's life. The simple addition of a few slices from other pictures completely changes the way that the image is viewed, as well as what it portrays. I love the depth of these images and the more personal connection that they have with their subject. It would be interesting to see this taken further. Instead of the photos being taken over a period of 3 minutes, why not 3 days? Why not 3 week? Even 3 months or 3 years? It would be amazing to see a picture like the one above showing someone as they get older.
As a painter with bipolar disorder, I feel that understanding a person and the connections they feel with life and other people may be a key factor in my client's work. It seems as though the art may reflect how they see the world, as well as showing the world how they connect to it. This kind of work could be just be right kind of style.
Furthermore to this point, it would be remarkable to see this kind of style transferred into the architecture around the client. I can imagine slices of the building travelling all over and swaying in and out of spaces, layering up as they go. This is definitely something to bare in mind going forwards.