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[미국 뉴욕현대미술관 2020년 9월 소식] Virtual Views: An immersive Tokyo nightclub event, tonight's live Q&A

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기사입력 2020-09-20

 
September 10, 2020 View with images
 
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September is upon us, and while fall goings-on look a little different this year, it’s my pleasure to introduce a brand-new exhibition to discover at MoMA or experience wherever you are through our latest Virtual View.

Originally presented in 1969 in a Tokyo nightclub—and now restaged as an installation 50 years later—Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver’s Cinematic Illumination envelops spectators in an immersive environment of  nearly 1,500 slides and dance music.

Organizing the exhibition inspired in me a sense of the 1960s as a crossroads (perhaps not so different from our tumultuous present) where international networks propelled mass media, global psychedelia, student movements, and artistic exchange. Now, seeing visitors experience Gulliver’s work in the Kravis Studio, I’m reflecting on the power of new voices in our encounters with art, and on communal experiences. It offers a hint of the sense of gathering that we’ve been missing in nightlife cultures and other places of coming together still largely on pause worldwide.

Tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST, I am delighted to join art historian and curator Miwako Tezuka for a live conversation focusing on Gulliver, his work, and its 1960s context. Until then, you can hear from the artist from his Tokyo studio, and explore more for the eye and ear, below.

Sophie Cavoulacos     
Assistant Curator, Department of Film
 
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Live Q&A Tonight
Thu, Sep 10, 8:00 p.m. EDT
Join curator Sophie Cavoulacos and Miwako Tezuka, Associate Director, Reversible Destiny Foundation, to discuss the work of Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver.
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Introducing Virtual Views: Shuzo Azuchi Gulliver

Hear from Gulliver about being a young artist in Tokyo, and what led him to create a moving-image event at the underground discotheque Killer Joe’s.
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Immerse Yourself in Cinematic Illumination

Can’t make it to the Museum just yet? Experience Gulliver’s dazzling work on your smartphone in 360-degree video. Read our instructions how.
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Resonating Together

Artist, vocalist, and producer Hatori, formerly of the group Cibo Matto, shares a playlist inspired by Cinematic Illumination.
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From Postwar to Postmodern, Art in Japan 1945–1989: Primary Documents

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Hyundai Card

The exhibition is presented as part of The Hyundai Card Performance Series.

Major support is provided by the Jill and Peter Kraus Endowed Fund for Contemporary Exhibitions.
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