11/12/2005 one minute on the planet_workshop

There might be a new discovery in places you casually pass by, and scenes you tend to miss by clipping out moving image. In this workshop, we call for submissions of video works from the public in accordance with The Lumiere Rule, 6 possible techniques in 1895 when the Lumiere brothers invented Cinematograph. In addition to the screening of submitted works, we have a discussion on reconsidering the role, the potentials of moving image as a medium lying in everyday life and the grammar of moving image.

Guests: Masaru Aoyama/ Atsushi Suzuki/ Tomoko Inagaki/ Fuzitama/ Hiroyuki Oki

admission free

Viewers are welcome.
Men and women of all ages who can present video works following The Lumiere Rules.
No experience is required.

Conditions for those who submit video works:
- participate in the workshop on 11th December
- the work follows the Lumiere Rules
(Maximum 1min./Fixed Camera/ No Sound/ No Zoom/ No edit/ No effect)
- Authored DVD/ mini-DV/ DVD-R or CD-R played on PC

*This screening is one of the events from The 3rd Osaka Art Kaleidoscope [do art yourself] hosted by Osaka Contemporary Art Center. (in Japanese)
REMO DESK December 11, 2005