Fukushima Days / experimental video 28′ color / France / Christine Webster video edit and music composition / Kantoh video Rutt Etra and Super8 FX + additonal fx editing
Le 11 mars 2013, c’est l’an 2 après Fukushima. Pour célébrer cet anniversaire hors normes nous allons avec le graphiste Kantoh et moi-même streamer en continu et en boucle Fukushima Days le film de 28′ que nous avons monté l’année dernière à partir de la pièce expérimentale que j’avais crée en 2011 et qui porte le même nom.
March 11th will be year 2 post Fukushima. To celebrate this out of range and weirdest anniversary, we will, the graphist Kantoh and myself stream all day long our 28′ film Fukushima Days. We finished it last year, after the experimental sound work i made in 2011 after the nuclear disaster.
Le flux audio+video sera casté entre 12H et Minuit le 11Mars.
The flow will be cast between 12am and 12pm March 11th.
Sur Livestream /on Livestream : Sonicespaces Livestream : http://www.livestream.com/sonicespaces?t=931010
et un deuxième flux sur Ustream/ and a second one on Ustream : http://www.ustream.tv/channel/test-waldokanto
Venez nombreux !
Invite your friends and share !
Flag number : event044 – Internet contribution
Festival FUKUSHIMA! Synchronized Worldwide Events
Konnichi wa !
Here you will find the last version of my one-year work in progress called « Fukushima Days ». Started in March 2011 just after the nuclear disaster, with graphic desiger Kantoh. We performed during a Placard Headphone Festival last August some rough ideas. I got an almost finished version i streamed with improvised parts during the HorlursFestival, last July.
This work was always evolving and i’m not sure if it is really finished by now … It’s difficult to finished something about Fukushima as long as the nuclear plague spreads his deadly exhalation all over Japan and all over the world. Anyway, the sound is there, feel free to listen an to share if you like it.
Here an video excerpt with the beautiful graphics of Kantoh
Each day, surveying and sharing informations about the Fukushima plants, i learned tons of new things about nuclear threat. In 1986 i went so frightened with the Tchernobyl cloud. I ran away from Paris with a friend to the west coast, in Picardie. We got this naive and romantic idea, if something really bad would happen we want to die with the sea, the birds and the animals all around us. Fortunatelay the cloud never hit the Picardie coast … People in Ukraina did not got this chance.
Every day i’m thinking about Japan. Something really powerfull bounds me.
Dōmo arigatō gozaimasu to all the participants