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Monika K. Adler’s video work shows in Yokohama, Japan


TIME is Love.8 [Show 7]
SAKURA WORKS
Yokohama Community Design Lab
Yokohama – JAPAN
including: Monika K. Adler’s video work – Involuntary Memory (2014)
The descendant of a Gulag internee undergoes repressed trauma
borne from a history of genocide across generations. He attempts
to exorcise the still present collective memory through a disturbing re-enactment. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3826334/

21-22 Nov 2015 —— > JAPAN
TIME is Love.8 [Show 7]
International video art program

SAKURA WORKS
Yokohama Community Design Lab
Yokohama – JAPAN
www.sakuraworks.org
www.timeisloveshow.org
www.facebook.com/timeisloveshow
Free admission

Saturday 21st November
3pm: Door open
4pm: Opening live performance by
Kenichi Kurata (Instruments/Kyoto)
Yusei Kaneko (Cornet/Tokyo)
Margatica (Dance improvisation/Tokyo)
5pm: Japanese Short Film Screening
Main event
6pm: TIME is Love.8 Screening

Sunday 22nd November
3pm: Door open
4pm: Japanese Short Film Screening
5pm: Symposium with
Hiroshi Igarashi (Director of Sakura Works)
Naoshi Yoshimoto (Filmmaker)
Miki Naoe (Short wave radio player)
Nao Sakamoto (Sound organizer)
6pm: Closing live performance by
IN THE URBAN FOREST: Miki Naoe (Short wave radio) and Nao Sakamoto (Prepared guitar)
Main event
7pm: TIME is Love.8 Screening

With
Az Taleb, Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani, Alexandre Braga, Anna Sileks, Anthony Rousseau, Carlos Aires, César Schofield Cardoso, Cristina Pavesi, Flavio Sciole’, Francesca Lolli, Irina Gabiani, Isidora Ficovic, Joas Nebe, Kai Welf Hoyme, Laura Celada, Marcantonio Lunardi, Margarita Novikova, Michael Meldru & Marina Moreno, Monika K. Adler, Mouna Jemal Siala, Nao Sakamoto, Niclas Hallberg, Oreet Ashery, Ramia Beladel, Rhasaan Oyasaba Manning, Sandrine Deumier, Sinasi Gunes, S/N Jennida Chase & Hassan Pitts, Sydelle Willow Smith, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler, Tommy Becker, Triny Prada, Tyrone Brown-Osborne, Yuri Pirondi & Ines Von Bonhorst, Yvana Samandova & Borjan Zarevski, Zierle Carter.

Curated by Kisito Assangni
Assisted by Annabelle Boko
Organized by Nao Sakamoto & Hiroshi Igarashi