Scratch Projection: Maki Satake & Keitaro Oshima

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Both filmmakers for over fifteen years, Keitaro Oshima and Maki Satake are a couple living in Japan. In something like a structural approach, Keitaro dissects the moving image with the intention to re-construct it, while Maki's work focuses on the question of recording from diverse sources (video, photo, audio tapes...) in order to re-work family memories, her primary source of inspiration. This program will present a rare opportunity to encounter their work and to meet their gazes.

With the presence of the artists.


  • Thinking Dot (Keitaro Oshima, 2011, 16mm, b&w, sound, 8' 00)
  • Sky Blue (Maki Satake, 2003, video, colour, sound, 1' 00)
  • Catoptric Light (Maki Satake, 2007, video, colour, sound, 4' 00)
  • Vestige Of Life (Maki Satake, 2008-2009, video, colour, sound, 12' 00)
  • Remains (Omokage) (Maki Satake, 2010, video, colour, sound, 6' 00)
  • A Found Beach -Omnibus- (Keitaro Oshima, 2012-2013, video, colour, sound, 22' 00)
  • 60 Seconds 600 minutes(Maki Satake, 2013, video, colour, sound, 1' 50)
  • Pivot (Maki Satake, 2017, video, colour, sound, 6' 00)
  • Debris (Keitaro Oshima, 2017-2018, video, colour, sound, 10' 00 )


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