Like Flowing, Like Spinning, 2009, 6 min

Akira MIZUYOSHI

Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

I drag a 16mm negative film in a darkroom, improvisationally adhere it with the developed 16mm positive film and expose them by light of Maglite. I intentionally let a film reproduce the phenomenon, namely “fog”, which is usually considered as a mistake, because there is too much light in the film. The film flows from a camera, developing solution, a film projector to retina and spins the images in our mind. – A.M.

16mm, Silent


Directed by Akira MIZUYOSHI


Showing:

Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

In Praise of Shadows: Japanese Avant-Garde Films of the 1990s & 2000s

In Praise of Shadows consists of nine Japanese experimental works from the 1990s and 2000s, made with various techniques via chosen media. All show the artists’ exploration of moving images,

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)