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This year's Ebisu Video Festival will explore the emotion that videos can elicit (Photo: Ebisu Video Festival Press Release)
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13th Ebisu Video Festival 2024

E-Motion Graphics: Feelings of the Image

Venue: Tokyo Photographic Art Museum When: Feb 2nd - Feb 18th 2024

There's no doubting that these days we're surrounded by video content in our day-to-day lives. Whether it's watching short clips from our smartphones, seeing advertising on digital billboards, or even relaxing at home with YouTube, the video medium shows up in many aspects of life. The annual Ebisu Video Festival has been running since 2009, and the 2021 event titled "E-Motion Graphics" will look at the power video has on the viewer's emotions.

The festival will include video from the likes of James Whitney (1921 - 1982) who was seen as one of the greats of abstract cinema, and Petra Cortright, an American digital media artist who is known for presenting works on YouTube.

Admission to the festival is free of charge.

Getting there

The Tokyo Photographic Art Museum is located around 7 minutes on foot from the East Exit of the JR Ebisu Station, served by the Yamanote Line, the Shonan-Shinjuku Line, and the Saikyo Line.

For those planning to drive, there is no dedicated parking lot - it is advised to park in the nearby paid Yebisu Garden Place lot (details can be found here).

More info

Find out more about Tokyo Photographic Art Museum.

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Lynda Hogan 3 years ago
Gosh, I remember the inaugural year - it doesn't seem that long ago!!
Kim Author 3 years ago
I find myself saying that all the time 😔 the last decade has really been a blur!
Elena Lisina 3 years ago
This museum is interesting for those who're in photography!
Kim Author 3 years ago
Yes! They have a whole range of interesting exhibitions!

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