A video travelogue of a brief visit to Japan during the Korean-Japanese Friendship Year in 2005. Yoyogi Park houses large groups of black crows. Using audio fragments from the Nobel lecture from 1994 by the writer Kenzaburo Oe (‘Japan: the ambiguous and myself’) the Korean-born artist questions her vulnerable relationship to contemporary Japan. The sun breaks through and turns the confusion of branches into a hypnotic play of lines.



Original title
Yoyogi Park
Filmmaker
Son Kwang-Ju
Premiere
World premiere
Country
Netherlands, Korea, Japan
Year
2007
Medium
Mini DV NTSC
Length
11’
Language
English
Producer
Son Kwang-Ju
Sales
Son Kwang-Ju
Writer
Son Kwang-Ju
Cinematography
Son Kwang-Ju
Sound Design
Son Kwang-Ju
Website
http://www.ksonimage.com