This video features the Finger Dolls performance by Japanese artist Tatsumi Orimoto at Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong on 17 Jan 2009. Beginning his art career as a painter, Orimoto was later introduced to performance art in New York, where he once worked as Nam June Paik's assistant in the 1960s. Orimoto is most well-known for his Bread-Man and Art Mama series, which concern everyday life in contemporary society.
A short talk by the artist, conducted in English, follows the performance.
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