Exhibition: As part of the Kyotographie festival in Kyoto Japan
100 images of daily life by photographers, from around the world contributed photos that represent life in their town. Showing what is uniquely different from life in other countries. Transferred to video, projected one by one, 4 meters wide, 2.5 meters tall filling an entire wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling, in a theater like setting.
** Accompanied by recorded and live music composed by James Whetzel, Brent Arnald (Musicians from Julliard School of Music) Chai Sangco and Joy Abalon Tamayo “an_outskirt” Patrick Suler and Robert O’Connor Assistance and creative support by Ray Lustig. *Opening night will be live music composed and performed by Kyoto musicians, Chris Fryman and Ko Yasumoto.
** 10 10 Kyoto
“Photo documentation of daily life in Kyoto”
We will also be showing the photos from 10 photographers documenting life in Kyoto
Each showing one picture capturing people working, playing, surviving, people interacting, doing daily chores, animals, architecture and nature. Images that show what is unique about Kyoto and its community. Pictures that show why we love to live in Kyoto.
** Photographers and cities documented in the video instillation
David Corio, London, England
Tahmineh Monzavi, Iran, Tehran
Sead Šašivarević, Lukomir, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Martin Štokić, Gonsu, China
Gil Kreslavsky, Amarapura, Myanmar
Natalia Knezevic, Los Angeles, USA
Kei Mizuno, Ratanakiri, Cambodia
Punchy Barriola Montevideo, Uruguay