Performance movie

This year, the Stage Division will be distributing a video work titled “Performance Movie” made by volunteer students.
In the past years, the event stage has been a place for students to perform freely, and enlivened Geisai. However, in view of the COVID-19 situation, we have decided to move the event stage to “the web stage” this year.
Now, the word “performance” is widely known as acting or physical expression, but it can actually mean “eye-catching action” as well. We named it this way because we wanted to provide a place where students' expressions can be eye-catching.
This “performance movie” has a different atmosphere from the previous years, with various styles of video works, such as animations and promotional videos.
We hope this project will attract your attention not only with live music on stage, but also with performances that are possible only with video, and live voices that can be seen only with streaming.

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Introduction of each group

León

 ■Artists

We’re León. We are a flamenco group of seven second-year music students. Flamenco is usually performed by song and guitar. But we’ll perform with piano, flute, saxophone, double bass, percussion and dance.
León is the Spanish word for lion. Standing on the ground of Spain, you can feel the passion through your body... Flamenco expresses lives. We will create flamenco in our way with the power like lions have.

 
 
■︎Description
We will start with “Oroboy” composed by Dorantes, a master of piano flamenco.
And then “Eladios”, a folk song from the Sevilla region of southern Spain, popularized by Amigos de Gines.The piano plays the part originally played by the guitar, and the flute and saxophone play the part of the melody sung by the singer, with addition of the cajon, parma (hand clapping) and castanets. During this quarantine time, we remotely played and created this piece while imagining a day of Sevilla's Spring Festival. Please enjoy it ;)

HOUGA-KU-REATION

■︎Artists

Song : Chie Mitsui  fb.me/chie.mitsui.5

   Hidehiko Nishigaki  instagram.com/hidehiko0731
Shamisen : Amane Sakaguchi  www.facebook.com/profile.php
   Yudo Tanaka
Hayashi : Satoko Kido  instagram.com/stk_sg
   So Yamada
Movie : Kano Sakai (Department of Musical creativity and the Environment)

Shamisen-- Japanese banjo-like lute with three strings.
Hayashi-- An accompaniment group for Japanese performances such as kabuki or so.
 
 
Description
 “Classic, but new.”
Hello! We are students of the Department of Traditional Japanese Music. We usually play traditional Japanese instruments such as shamisen, tsutsumi and taiko drums, but this time we won't be playing them in our usual style. We'll be presenting a new work on a traditional instrument that we composed ourselves. Let’s enjoy our traditional Japanese music that not only goes back in time, but creates a new era.
You might discover something new about traditional Japanese music. Please come and join us :)

CHU LIANGWEN

Artist

Chu Liangwen

Currently majoring in Oil Painting of the Department of Painting, Tokyo University of the Arts.The main group exhibitions he has participated in : “The POCORART National Open Call Exhibition vol.9”, 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo, 2020.
 
“Why do people paint?” I've been thinking about this for a long time, so I've been painting and creating artwork to convey my image. I create various styles of work with different materials, focusing on the movement of the body and the way the hands travel, looking into societies and thinking about them.
 
 
Website:chuliangwen.com
 
 
Description
This is a work that you can participate in by writing about your feelings and experiences in Japan and around the world on rainbow-colored balloons. I have suffered many kinds of discrimination in my life. This can share our thoughts and believe that we are not alone in these problems. Hold your large balloon and let’s fly out into the streets. Then talk to people on the street and ask them to write a message for your balloon.
 

Fascinating World of Bassoon & Piano Ensemble

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Fascinating World of Bassoon & Piano Ensemble

Bassoon : Yui Kaji Department of Instrumental Music Bassoon major
Piano : Natsuna Hotta Department of Musicology 
     Twitter→727_Jasmine
 
 
■︎Description
Have you ever listened to the sound of a bassoon?
Usually, bassoon is used to accompany the melody. But when it's in solo, you can find that it has many different kinds of expressions. We present two pieces, with the delightful and graceful sounding bassoon and the piano that complements it.
Please listen carefully and feel the bassoon.
 
Debussy : “Golliwogg’s Cakewalk” from Children’s Corner
Liszt : “Dream of Love” No.3

Akari Nagai

■︎Artist

Akari Nagai

Tokyo University of the Arts

Department of Inter-Media Art

Bachelor 2 

 

 

■︎︎Description

Title : Elevator ni notteiru dake

 

This is a short 360-degree animation of just an elevator ride.You can look anywhere.If you are viewing on a smartphone, please move your device, viewing on a computer, please drag the screen with your mouse.
After the screening, we will show the animation on this Youtube channel.

TITIK SUARA
- The Javanese Gamelan Ensemble Club at TUA

■︎Artist
Titik Suara - The Javanese Gamelan Ensemble Club at TUA is a club to enjoy the Indonesian traditional music "Gamelan". We are mainly from the Department of Musicology students, and also students from other departments and alumni. We usually practice every Tuesday and Friday at 6pm. If you're interested, please check out our twitter and instagram!
 
 
 
■︎Description
We are presenting a video of our performance at last year's Geisai. Warming, gorgeous, and funny pieces...We hope you enjoy colorful sounds of gamelan music!
 
☆★ Playlist ★☆
Ldr. WILUJENG
Ldr. WAHANA
Ktw. MIJIL WIGARINGTYAS
Lcr. GUGUR GUNUNG
Ldr. LERE LERE SUMBANGSIH ~ Dolanan AYO NGGUYU
Lcr. UDAN MAS

design B2 animation

Artists
2. Hiyori Ishiwata
3. Akari Endo twitter.com/Rinuinuinu
4. Kyoka Ogihara 
7. Maaya Kawamura twitter.com/kwmr_1058
8. Kimairi twitter.com/konoma_7
10. Manaka Takanaga 
11. Nami Nishida twitter.com/nami_Uw_
12. Shuhei Nomoto twitter.com/shuunomo
13. Taishi Hatano twitter.com/tatataishi4
14. Masahiro Harada
15. Boni-ikumi twitter.com/ikumibonni
16. Uta Masai www.instagram.com/u__ms/
17. Kantaro Mizuno www.instagram.com/kantaro.art/
18. Mao Watanabe twitter.com/Yakitori_art
 
 
Description
These are animations created by 2nd year students of the Department of Design in the class. Please enjoy the 18 worlds with different themes and styles of painting.
 
1. ねえ、 (Ne,)
2. お寺の和尚さん (Otera no osho san)
3. めざせドラゴン! (Mezase Dragon!)
4. 風呂場掃除 (Furoba souji)
5. BAD HABID
6. 奈良いく? (Nara iku?)
7. -20℃
8. birthdaycake
9. 冬籠 (Fuyugomori)
10. Phantasmagoric
11. Enjoy,rock.
12. no title
13. ネオシンクロ (Neo- synchro)
14. 落星 (Ochiboshi)
15. 便線 (Binsen)
16. amazing vase
17. 防犯サドル (Bohan saddle)
18. Fox

Nana Kawabata

■︎Artist

Nana Kawabata

Born in Hokkaido in 1998.

Entered in the Department of Inter-Media Art in 2017.

She mainly creates works using animations and motion graphics. She focuses on the fact that the world is all interconnected and the nature of people's trivial actions. She also works on commercials, music videos and stage videos.

 

Twitter:twitter.com/nana_kawabata

 
 
■︎Description
This world is made of each and every one of your lives. You are living in connection with all of this world. This video is a microcosm of the Earth.
Awarded the ASK?s Prize at the ASK?s Film Festival 2020.

Nao Motooka

■︎Artist

Nao Motooka

Born in Matsuyama city, Ehime prefecture, in 1998.

Tokyo University of the Arts

Department of Inter-Media Art

Bachelor 4

 

She creates installations from home videos. She also designs underwear. She is interested in body and ownership of objects, and collects antiques. She mainly collects post-war kimonos.

 
 
 
Description
Tagamawashi, or Wamawashi (hoop rolling) is a game of spinning a wheel with a stick, which has been played in various periods around the world. I made a mockumentary using animation techniques developed through my experience. And this is a record of the three films I screened that recreate the mockumentary. Focusing on the power structures found in the layout of the house, territories in the home become fairly redefined by projecting videos in the rooms, appearing like hoop rolling and creating a virtual hole.

Geidai Samba Party

Artist