“Something which wasn’t Said” Aki Onda, a composer and photographer, makes autobiographical works which imprints his personal memories. “Something which wasn’t Said” is an audio-visual piece, which he calls Cinemage (image for cinema, or homage for cinema). It’s composed of slide projection of still photo images and improvised music. What we experience in his work is immersing ourselves in a kinematic state which transcends both reality and imagination mutually. Sensual and hypnotic, words are not necessary. On this occasion, Alan Licht and Loren Conners play guitar along with Aki Onda’s visual images.
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