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1960s Japanese Expanded Cinema: Panels at New York University

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1960s Japanese Expanded Cinema: Panels at New York University

  • New York University 19 University Place, Room 222 New York, NY

Collaborative Cataloging Japan is pleased to participate in a panel event on March 10 at New York University. There are two events on March 6th and 10th. 

Image: Rikuro Miyai, Phenomenology of Zeitgeist, 1967

1960s Japanese Expanded Cinema

With the renewed interest in Japanese avant-garde film and art of 1960s, that interest has recently widened to include “expanded cinema” practices that crossed the various disciplines of film, art, photography, music, and performance. The following two events will examine Japanese expanded cinema from multiple angles, bringing voices of artist, curators, scholars, and archivists. The lecture on March 6th by artist Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver will present his work of the 1960-70s, which aimed to widen the artistic expression using film and performance in order to reach the everyday life. The workshop on March 10th will bring together current projects and issues of re-staging and conserving expanded cinema works. 

1. Monday, March 6th, 2017 4:00pm-6:00pm  (7 East 12th Street, Room 134)
 Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver
•Lecture: Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver(Artist / Film Maker)
•Introduction: Julian Ross (University of Westminster / Rotterdam International Film Festival) and Go Hirasawa (Meiji-Gakuin / New York University)
•Discussant: Thomas Looser (New York University) 

2. Friday, March 10th, 2017 2:00pm-4:00pm  (19 University Place, Room 222)
Workshop
•Go Hirasawa (Meiji Gakuin / NYU), History and Politics of Japanese Expanded Cinema in the 1960-70s
•Julian Ross, Intermedia, Expanded Cinema and Underground Discotheques in 1960s Japan
•Hiroko Tasaka (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum), Expanded Cinema Revisited
•Ann Adachi (Collaborative Cataloging Japan), Strategies for Preservation: Proposed Methodology in CCJ's Japanese Expanded Cinema Project
•Discussants:
-Peter Eckersall (Chair of Theatre Studies, CUNY Grad Center) 
-Thomas Looser, NYU

Questions: contact Tom Looser(tl27@nyu.edu)