Still, 1999, 15 min

Shiho KANO

Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

Action of the character in the film is expressed by monochromatic still pictures, in fine, time is in cut state. Though color scenes inserted in the film have flowing time, we can't easily recognize that the scene is moving, because of the fixed shoot. I expressed the fixed time of still pictures, and the eternity and the timelessness, in this film. (The eternal flow of time in fixed scene, or time which is kept stopping.) – S.K.

Super 8, Video


Directed by Shiho KANO


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)