Image of Image-Seeing


1973, 11:20 min, b&w, sound

A collaborative performance, Image of Seeing--Seeing investigates the meaning of television watching. This work was created for television broadcast on the Nippon Broadcasting Corporation's program "Hyōgo no jikan" (Hyōgo Time).

Tatsuo Kawaguchi founded the avant-garde artist collective Group "I" in 1965, and since then has presented numerous three-dimensional works and installations in galleries in Japan and around the world. In the late 1960s he began to create film and video works. His works include Riku to Umi (1970), and COSMOS (1974-).

Saburo Muraoka has presented primarily sculptural works in exhibitions in Japan and internationally. His works were included in the Venice Biennale in 1990, and in the Invisible Nature exhibition in 1993 in Prague, Budapest, and Aachen.

Keiji Uematsu has exhibited his sculptures in Japan and internationally. His works also include photography, film, and video, among them Earth Point Project Mirror (1972) and Falling Water/Rising Water (2002). In 1988 his work was presented at the Venice Biennale.

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