Yebisu Festival screening & talk

“For these screening programmes especially curated for the Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions, we are delighted to present recent films by leading moving image artists who have graced the Animistic Apparatus project with their presence. Some have participated in an artistic research trip we organised in northeast Thailand, others have presented outstanding works as part of the project’s itinerant exhibitions, and all of them are shaping our thinking about the potential of artists’ moving image practices as cosmological medium of communicating, relating and knowing.” May Adadol Ingawanij and Julian Ross

Animistic Apparatus screening programmes co-curated by May and Julian as Guest Programmers. Screenings accompanied by Guest Programmers’ talk with Tokyo Photographic Art Museum curator Hiroko Tasaka.

Yebisu international Festival for Art & Alternative Visions, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Feb 2022.

Programme 1

Pathompon Mont TESPRATEEP, LULLABY, 2019 / 8min

パトムポン・モン・テートプラティープ《LULLABY》 Pathompon Mont TESPRATEEP, <em>LULLABY</em>

Riar RIZALDI, Tellurian Drama, 2020 / 26 min

リアル・リザルディ《Tellurian Drama》 Riar RIZALDI, <em>Tellurian Drama</em>

Juanita ONZAGA, The Jungle Knows You Better than You Do, 2017 / 20 min.

ジュアニータ・オンサーガ《The Jungle Knows You Better than You Do》 Juanita ONZAGA, <em>The Jungle Knows You Better than You Do</em>

Shambhavi KAUL, Mount Song, 2013 / 8 min

シャンバウィ・カウル《Mount Song》 Shambhavi KAUL, <em>Mount Song</em>

TRUONG Minh Quý + Freddy Nadolny POUSTOCHKINE, Mars in the Well, 2014 / 19 min

チューン・ミン・クイ+フレディ゠ナドルニィ・プストシュキン《Mars in the Well》 TRUONG Minh Quý + Freddy Nadolny POUSTOCHKINE, <em>Mars in the Well</em>

Programme 2

Anocha SUWICHAKORNPONG, By The Time It Gets Dark (Dao Khanong), 2016 / 105 min

アノーチャ・スウィチャーゴーンポン《暗くなるまでには》 Anocha SUWICHAKORNPONG, <em>By The Time It Gets Dark (Dao Khanong)</em>

Programme 3

Anocha SUWICHAKORNPONG, Mundane History (Jao Nok Krajok), 2009 / 82 min, *35mm film

アノーチャ・スウィチャーゴーンポン《ありふれた話》 Anocha SUWICHAKORNPONG, <em>Mundane History (Jao Nok Krajok)</em>

Post screening talk