3rd Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions

Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography

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The Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions is an annual ten-day festival of exhibitions, screenings, live events, lectures and talks that examine the development of film and video as artistic media, its past, present and future. This third installment of the festival will reexamine the power of film and video under the theme "daydream believer".

Partnership Program
Louge Talk "Day Dream Hopper"
By Roger Mcdonald & Keisuke Ozawa (AIT)
Feb. 26th (Sat.) 11:00-12:30
Venue: Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography 2F Lounge
Admission free, no reservation needed.
URL: http://www.yebizo.com/#pg_talk12

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Tokyo Culture Creation Project tablog review

3rd Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions

“Daydream Believer”: using the power of the image to give invisible dreams a visible form.

Rie Yoshioka tablog review

TOKYO FRONTLINE、G-tokyo2011ほか

都内各所で開催されたイベントをダイジェストでレポート

東京文化発信プロジェクト tablog review

第3回恵比寿映像祭 “Yebizo”

映像の力を信じ、覚めない夢の可視化に挑む『デイドリーム ビリーバー!!』

Midorikawa: (2011-02-23)

SUPERFLEXが日本でみれるとおもわなかったのでみれてうれしかったです

art4em: (2011-02-24)

The Container | http://www.the-container.com

A new art space is set to open in Nakameguro next month. The Container is another example of a non-conventional “gallery” that challenges the dominance of the ubiquitous Tokyo white cube. Installed inside Bross hair salon, the shipping container (485x180x177cm) will invite Japanese and overseas artists to make site-specific exhibitions four times a year.

Confirmed participants include local collective Chim Pom and conceptual artist LG Williams.

http://www.tokyoartbeat.com/tablog/entries.en/2011/02/news-digest-february.html

art4em: (2011-02-24)

LG WILLIAMS/ESTATE OF LG WILLIAMS, IN ABSENTIA

Location: SUPER WINDOW PROJECT
February 18th - March 25
http://superwindowproject.com
gallery@superwindowproject.com

“In Absentia” is the second consecutive show of
LG Williams at Super Window Project. Although
if it may be interpreted as a sequel to his previous exhibition “Closed”, and an extended statement about the “absence of art”— or even a
commentary on Hans Christian Andersen’s tale,
“The Emperors New Clothes”— it is more of an
answer to Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous quote “La
pittura è cosa mentale”, and, of course, another
occasion to have some serious fun.

sprmario: (2011-02-26)

映像の進化と深化をこれでもか、と見せつけられた気がしました。映像は、正に目覚めたまま見る夢(デイドリーム)です。

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