Tatsumi Orimoto, Tsuneko Taniuchi & Kim Young-Mi.
Grandmother's Lunch, Beethoven-Mama,
Flower Bed, Painter & Mom
Artists Films LEAFF
Tate Modern London 2019
The fourth London East Asia Film Festival introduces eight Film & Art titles for Tate Modern's Starr Cinema, to complete this aspect of the programme. These events are supported by LEAFF, The BFI Lottery Fund London, The Museum of Photography Seoul and Waugh Office.
On 26th October, the strand will be divided in three sections. The second section will be dedicated to a series of screenings and a discussion about differing perspectives on intimacy and the passage of time.
Artists Tatsumi Orimoto, Tsuneko Taniuchi, and Kim Young-mi will be in attendance for a discussion after the screening with Curator Julia Waugh.
Tsuneko Taniuchi | Japan | 2011 | 14 mins
Tsuneko Taniuchi’s work explores the borders between art and life, it also looks at questions relating to social, sexual and cultural identity. Her work has been shown at international events such as Force de l’art at the Grand Palais, Paris in 2006 and 2009 and the Liverpool Biennial in 2004.
Tatsumi Orimoto | Japan | 2017 | 4 mins
Tatsumi Orimoto | Japan | 2012 | 13 mins
Tatsumi Orimoto has created a unique relationship to performance, film and photography by inviting an audience to become essential participants in the production of artworks. His recent work with his mother has captured the imagination and provided insights into how an artist can transform universal themes such as ageing and family into artworks of intimacy and beauty. Orimoto worked with artists such as Nam June Paik and Joseph Beuys and continues across decades to participate in museums and biennials throughout the world.
Painter & Mom
Kim Young-mi, Forest Ian Etsler | Korea | 2019 | 12 mins
For the last 30 years, painting has been Kim Young-mi's life. Numerous collections of paintings are of her mother and dedicated to her past. Kim co-directs, starring in the documentary with her mother about her life and how her art is influenced. Kim explains, "I paint so that I can overcome the trauma of my personal and familial history. I paint with desperation so that I can begin to live"
Waugh Office was established in 2011 by Julia Waugh, and Mark Waugh,
a hybrid platform curating exhibitions, events and publications internationally.