Tabaimo at Parasol unit
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Tabaimo at Parasol unit
yudangami, Tabaimo, video installation 2009. Photo: Ufer! Art Documentary

yudangami, Tabaimo, video installation 2009. Photo: Ufer! Art Documentary

Dates: 26 May 2010 – 6 August 2010 | Location: Parasol unit, 14 Wharf Road, London N1 7RW

Tabaimo’s first UK solo show has just opened at London’s Parasol unit. Boundary Layer features five of her video installations from the past decade, including her graduation work Japanese Kitchen (1999) that established her reputation. Tabaimo is known for her skilfully drawn and disturbing animations that mix imagery from contemporary Japanese life with digital video techniques. Her satirical works often comment on modern life in Japan, and in particular on the way her own generation attempts to reconcile the realities of today with traditional Japanese values. Recommended.

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