Inspiração | Shimabuku

Inspiração

japanese artist shimabuku ironically documents the history of humanity, comparing ancient tools with modern instruments to create a sort of ‘museum’ of every daily life. at the venice art biennale 2017 — presented as part of ‘viva arte viva’ curated by christine macel — shimabuku is exhibiting an installation video titled ‘sharpening a macbook air’, which builds on his fascination with human culture.

 

Inspiração | Ryusuke Hamaguchi

Inspiração

Ryusuke Hamaguchi: “Aquilo que não podemos ver, ouvir ou tocar também existe”

Happy Hour: Hora Feliz é o primeiro filme deste japonês a estrear em Portugal. Um drama delicadíssimo, apresentado em três partes, devido às suas 5 horas de duração. O espectador que não se intimide. Este é um convite maravilhoso que começa agora e continua no dia 11, com a estreia das segunda e terceira partes

 

 

 

 

Cannes Interview: Ryusuke Hamaguchi

Since its unassuming debut at the 2015 Locarno film festival, Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s Happy Hour has become something of a cinephile cult item. A generous and revelatory film that might best be described as falling into the classical genre of the “women’s picture,” this freewheeling five-hour drama concerns a quartet of female friends negotiating a variety of domestic and artistic passions, and it continues to resonate with dedicated viewers in the way a lengthy novel might. By contrast, the 39-year-old Japanese director’s sixth and latest fiction feature, the quietly wise and perceptive Asako I & II, unfolds with the efficiency and poetry of a novella.