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[IHJ Artists’ Forum/Artist Talk]
Spinning Night in Living Color: Light Installations by Elaine Buckholtz


  • *This program has finished.
  • Friday, July 7, 7:00 pmPhoto: Elaine Buckholz
  • Venue: Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall, International House of Japan
  • Artist: Elaine Buckholtz (Visual Artist/ Lighting Designer; US-Japan Creative Artists Program Fellow)
    Guest: Fujimoto Takayuki (Artist / Lighting Designer)
  • Language: English (with consecutive interpretation)
  • Co-sponsored by the Japan-US Friendship Commission (JUSFC)
  • Admission: Free (reservations required)

Elaine Buckholtz will discuss her work, and the work of her collaborative Nighthouse Studio, which considers light and video via sculptural forms, digital prints, and architecture, and also through immersive environments and materials of perception. The composer Floor van de Velde from Nighthouse Studio will also be present to speak about the musical component of Nighthouse’s installation work. Buckholtz’s talk will conclude in a conversation with Mr. Fujimoto Takayuki, a core member of the legendary multi-medium artist collective Dumb Type.

Image: Elaine Buckholz work
[Upper left: 2015/Middle Sticks] [Upper right: 2011/My Hundred Year Old Whisky] [Bottom: 2016/Spinning Night In Living Color]