This publication accompanies the titled exhibition. Images of the exhibits are accompanied by brief artist biographical details. Articles by curators and selected bibliography also featured.

The word 'painting' used in the exhibition title is a reference to the more traditional genre. This being the fact that the works and the artists represented in this exhibition sought to blur the borders that once clearly delineated the line between painting and video. Highly sensitive, the artists presented expressions that extend far beyond traditional concepts of the video form.

Other practitioners include Bill Viola, Eve Sussman, Sam Taylor-Wood, Julian Opie, Dominik Lejman, Miroslaw Balka and Brian Eno.

Alternative title

Still / Motion | Still/ Motion | Still Motion | 液晶繪畫

Access level

Onsite

Location code EX.JAP.STM
Language

English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

2008

No of pages

144

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Still/ Motion - Akira TATEHATA, 建畠晢
The Moving Image and Time: The Video Expressions of Miroslaw Balka and Dominik Lejman - Akiko KASUYA, 加須屋明子
Stay, Art Thou So Beautiful?: The 'A' Sensation of Painting and Video - Katsumoto ISHIZAKI, 石崎勝基
Video and Photography - Satomi FUJIMURA, 藤村里美
On the Borderline - Takashi INAGAKI, 稲垣貴士
Still/Motion: Liquid Crystal Painting
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Still/Motion: Liquid Crystal Painting, 液晶絵画