4D Cinema: Screen 2
In 4D Cinema, time does not behave as we know it. It’s a cinema where the dead are more alive than the living and vice versa. 4D Cinema: Screen 1 made it possible for Mamoru to perform live together with an iconic late Hollywood star, Marlene Dietrich. In this newly developed Screen 2, Mamoru is to be reunited with his late twin brother on stage.
Sporting a screen and a projector built around his face, Mamoru explores what liveness and pre-recorded-ness means to us in this day and age where new technology is constantly blurring the boundary between true and virtual realities.
…the sheer craft and invention of his process takes on other dimensions … this is a really cunning, witty work that makes the brain cells spark with delight.
Mary Brennan, The Herald on 4D Cinema: Screen 1
Iriguchi’s haunting, whimsical reflection on how we understand the life of Marlene Dietrich, driven by some brilliant use of laptop technology
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman
Date and time
1 August 2015
This is now a past event.