Dance on the Street (Rojo no Mai)
A Japanese girl dressed in a kimono performs a a dreamlike Japanese buyo-dance in the middle of Osakas busiest street, with cars and buses driving by in close distance. This video expresses the dilemma of contemporary Japan. Its ancient traditions have become like sinking islands in a recent flood of modernization. Video work by Roger Walch (www.rowmuse.com).
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Watching "Sand Fantasy" come to life in real time has an extraordinary
effect on the audience.
A video camera is positioned over the glass table upon which Ilana creates
her magic in sand.
The image is instantaneously projected onto a big screen for the audience
Specially chosen music, enhancing the mood, accompanies the entire
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I - The Art of Being a Man - Chapter 1
The Turk R. and the German M. are buddies. R. works as a bartender in a hip Mexican margarita joint, and M. as a cook in an African restaurant which specializes in shark dishes. They each have 2 girlfriends at a time since they believe in the "polygamic nature of men" and that "their body needs the change". Unfortunately their 4 girlfriends -- all of which are modern women - do not share those philosophical views and raise hell once they discover the double timing. - This is Chapter 1 "Good Morning, You Handsome Guy!" - Chapter 2-6 to follow.
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The experiment Quid Pro Quo is based on the Surrealist game, The Exquisite Corpse: a game designed on the idea of chance, in which multiple artists explore interpretations of sponateous imagery in a kind of collaborative imagination. Quid Pro Quo functions as a contemporary version of this game, in which an idea is interpreted and re-constructed, then passed on to the next player.
Players: Matt Smithson (www.manvsmagnet.com)
Daniel Oeffinger (www.oeffinger.com)
Composers: Kevin Hackler (www.auralpfister.com)
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