タスマン・リチャードソン Tasman Richardson
Specializing in the JAWA method, a manifesto he authored in 1996, Richardson’s work focuses primarily on video collage in which the source sound and visual are always kept intact. The result is rapidly blooming, compressed memories with hundreds of cinematic references. He also works in fully immersive installations and analog generative performance. He has exhibited extensively throughout the Americas, Europe, and Tokyo with his stop motion collage The Life of Death as part of VCT’s Video Promenade and a screening and lecture of his early works at Tokyo Wondersite Gallery. He is based in Toronto, Canada.