Artist

Tadasu Takamine

Tadasu Takamine was born in Kagoshima, Japan in 1968. He studied at Kyoto City University of Arts & Music and the International Academy of Media-Arts and Sciences (IAMAS), Gifu. He was a member of the artist collective DUMB TYPE and has presented work at numerous venues, including the Images Festival of Independent Film & Video (Toronto), Oberhausen Short Film Festival (Germany), and Tranz<--->Tech International Video Biennale (Toronto).

Videography

God Bless America

2002, 08:45 minutes, colour, English with Japanese st

Performance in Hiroshima

1998, 05:00 minutes, colour, English with Japanese st

Kimura-san

1998, 09:30 minutes, colour, English with Japanese st

Inertia - Installation

1998, 30:00 minutes, colour

Inertia

1998, 03:00 minutes, colour

Onyx Dreams

1998, 12:00 minutes, colour

The Keisan'pun band: A Multimedia Hard Core

1998, 14:00 minutes, colour, colour

Water Level & Organ Sound

1998, 05:00 minutes, colour

Critical Writing

Tadasu Takamine shocks us, yet again
by C.B. Liddell. The Japan Times, Jan. 2011.
Image overkill and what to do about it: Independent film and video...
by Peter Goddard. The Toronto Star, Apr. 10, 2003.