Thursday, 15 April 2010 and Takahiko Iimura present: 'How To Make Time Visible In Film (without photography)

Date: Wednesday 21st April, 7 - 10pm
Venue:, First Floor, 316 – 318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG
Tel: 20 7729 4494

Takahiko Iimura has been a pioneer Japanese artist of experimental film and video since 1960. Residing in both Tokyo and New York, Iimura has had numerous exhibitions in Japan, the US, and Europe. One of his early films, ONAN, was awarded Special Prize at the legendary Brussels International Experimental Festival. Recently, he has been working with computers, publishing multimedia CD-ROMs and DVDs of his films, videos, graphics, texts, as well as photographic works. Perhaps the most enigmatic figure in avant-garde cinema/video, Takahiko Iimura mediates Zen spirituality and technology with playful irony.

This workshop coincides with two other Iimura events taking place in London, Observer/Observed - The Films of Takahiko Iimura + Circle and Square a screening, performance and Q/A with Iimura at Close Up on Tuesday 20th April - for more details please see:
and a film screening at Central St. Martin’s College of Art on Thursday 22nd April (

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