XFR Collective, in collaboration with Collaborative Cataloging Japan (CCJ), is pleased to partner with WhiteBox Harlem to present a 2-day installation and screening event of works by Japanese video art pioneer, Ko Nakajima. Through a generous Creative Engagement grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, never-before-published video works by Nakajima have not only been preserved and made accessible for the study of Japanese video art history, but will be made available for public viewing in New York City for the first time.
We are pleased to collaborate with SImon Lee Gallery to present a screening of films and videos by Keiji Uematsu, for the occasion of the gallery’s exhibition, Keiji Uematsu: Invisible Force (March 7–April 26, 2019).
Collaborative Cataloging Japan (CCJ) is pleased collaborate with WhiteBox Harlem to organize a screening of films and videos Ko Nakajima, to kick-off our collaborative presentation of Nakajima’s works in April and May 2019. In May, WhiteBox Harlem will present a 2-day installation exhibition on May 14th and May 15th, of Nakajima’s most prominent works.
In this rare visit by the artist to Philadelphia, the program will shine light on the unfamiliar history of 1970s Japanese cable access activities. It will include Nakajima’s introduction of Video Earth Tokyo and the regional CATV practice of 1970s Japan, as well as screenings. The program will open with Ko Nakajima’s independent experimental animation, Seizoki, which CCJ recently restored.
We are pleased to once again partner with Rikumo to present a very special lecture event by Japanese video artist Ko Nakajima, who will share the history of Japanese animation that will span the timeframe and subjects of Edo-period magic lanterns (1800s) through pre-WWII and postwar development of Japanese animation.
Presenting in partnership with Electronic Arts Intermix and XFR Collective, this program will shine light on the unfamiliar history of 1970s Japanese cable access activities. The program will include Nakajima’s introduction of Video Earth Tokyo and the regional CATV practice of 1970s Japan, as well as screenings. The program will open with Ko Nakajima’s independent experimental animation, Seizoki, which CCJ recently restored. For this screening, partner organization XFR Collective will create a new digitization of Shokutaku Ressha (Video Picnic).