Through dialogues with various guests and experiments, the artist and film director, Daisuke Yamashiro, will reexamine the recordability of film expressions, recording methods, and the display methods used for exhibits that have been developed up until now as methods of expression. Programs will mainly research new art forms for film and methods of expression, and Projected Image Laboratory will open to put research into practice. There will be networking among expressionists from different positions within the same era who are involved with film expression, as well as the creation of a “dialogue toward film” through various dialogues.
The Projected Image Laboratory
The artist and director Daisuke Yamashiro established in February 2013 this laboratory to reexamine the possibilities, issues and methods of expression of film as a modern recording media. There will be networking at the laboratory among expressionists living in the same era who are involved with film from a variety of different positions. By creating a space for dialogue and experiments, the laboratory aims to pioneer new territory in the art of film. People working in different genres with different specialties will come together at the laboratory. Project will be promoted through debate, and an environment will be created where film expression can be reexamined from a multifaceted perspective that exceeds the boundaries of fixed genres and through vivid human exchanges.
3-38-11Jingumae, 7th Floor Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
Asahi Art Square (Sumida City, Tokyo)