Past Event Tate Modern Film

Human Flicker: The Cinema of Jun’ichi Okuyama

This special evening is dedicated to the playful cut-and-paste expanded cinema of Jun’ichi Okuyama, with live performances by the artist performing for the first time in the UK. The works range from actions applied directly to the film strip as well as a unique film made from paper, various interactions with projection beam and flicker performances.

Programme

Jun’ichi Okuyama in person

Jun’ichi Okuyama わっか・Being Painted Japan 1970, 16mm, colour, 15 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama Nothing / Mu Japan 1964, 8mm, b&w, 3 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama Cut-Off Movie / 切断 Japan 1969, 16mm, colour, 9 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama Frameless35 Japan 1968, 35mm transferred to 16mm, b&w & colour, 3 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama Frameless16 Japan 1971, 16mm, b&w & colour, 3 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama OUTRAGE・手ごめ Japan 1970, 16mm, b&w, 3 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama Le Cinéma・映画 Japan 1975, 16mm, b&w, 5 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama The Paper Film / 紙映画 Japan 1972, 16mm, colour, 13 min

Jun’ichi Okuyama Human Flicker ・映画誕生Japan 1975, 16mm, multiple projection, b&w, 4 min

Tate Modern

Bankside
London SE1 9TG
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Date & Time

23 January 2016 at 19.00–21.00

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