Kantan

(TBC, colour, HD Video and 16mm, 2015/2016)

An ongoing research project into the ancient Japanese art form of Noh theatre and its fantastic dream visions, and the pioneering science of dream decoding, developed at ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto.

In Autumn 2015 I won an award to spend three months in Kyoto, based at Kyoto City University of the Arts, where this excerpt was shot.

 

Supported by:  Kyoto City University of The Arts and the Royal College of Art

© seth pimlott, 2016.

Kantan

(TBC, colour, HD Video and 16mm, 2015/2016)

An ongoing research project into the ancient Japanese art form of Noh theatre and its fantastic dream visions, and the pioneering science of dream decoding, developed at ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto.

In Autumn 2015 I won an award to spend three months in Kyoto, based at Kyoto City University of the Arts, where this excerpt was shot.

 

Supported by:  Kyoto City University of The Arts and the Royal College of Art

Kantan

(TBC, colour, HD Video and 16mm, 2015/2016)

An ongoing research project into the ancient Japanese art form of Noh theatre and its fantastic dream visions, and the pioneering science of dream decoding, developed at ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto.

In Autumn 2015 I won an award to spend three months in Kyoto, based at Kyoto City University of the Arts, where this excerpt was shot.

 

Kantan

(TBC, colour, HD Video and 16mm, 2015/2016)

An ongoing research project into the ancient Japanese art form of Noh theatre and its fantastic dream visions, and the pioneering science of dream decoding, developed at ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto.

In Autumn 2015 I won an award to spend three months in Kyoto, based at Kyoto City University of the Arts, where this excerpt was shot.

 

Supported by:  Kyoto City University of The Arts and the Royal College of Art

Supported by:  Kyoto City University of The Arts and the Royal College of Art