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Tsuneko Taniuchi

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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. 

The fourth London East Asia Film Festival introduced eight Film & Art titles for Tate Modern's Starr Cinema, to complete the programme. These events were supported by LEAFF, The BFI Lottery Fund London, The Museum of Photography Seoul and Waugh Office.

The event was divided into three sections with the second section 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 were in attendance for a chat after the screening with Curator Julia Waugh.

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