Kloset Kase Blog

November 13, 2009, 6:17 pm
Filed under: art, culture, film | Tags: , , ,

Tokyo born, Japanese pop artist and director Nagi Noda (1973-September 2008) was known for her shorts where 200 people decomposed a scene in one take.  Her collaborations with such an array of artists were indicative of  her awesome spectrum of imaginative talent, a visionary.  She delved in direction for television advertisement with the likes of Coca Cola and Nike, conjured music videos with the Scissor Sisters,  Yuki (Japanese singer) and Cut Copy, and concocted intellectually, socially challenging-conscious-avant-garde videos such as Mariko Takashi’s Fitness Video for Being Appraised as an “Ex-fat Girl,” all engrossing and brilliant.  Generally speaking, knowing how to express an idea in visual or verbal terms translates forever.  That is priceless and not all have the ability or “know how” to do such. Dixie Rose

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