About

Created in 2018, the Miyu Gallery is the first gallery in the world entirely dedicated to animated filmmakers. Contemporary and international, it promotes both the plastic work of these artists and the practice of animated techniques in contemporary art.

Contacts

Galerie Miyu

01 88 32 91 77
galerie@miyu.fr

4 rue d’Enghien
75010 Paris
France

Visite sur RV, du mardi au samedi.

Visit by appointment, from Tuesday to Saturday

About

Created in 2018, the Miyu Gallery is the first gallery in the world entirely dedicated to animated filmmakers. Contemporary and international, it promotes both the plastic work of these artists and the practice of animated techniques in contemporary art.

Contacts

Galerie Miyu

01 88 32 91 77
galerie@miyu.fr

4 rue d’Enghien
75010 Paris
France

Visite sur RV, du mardi au samedi.

Visit by appointment, from Tuesday to Saturday

Sirki

Description

“Sirki” means “pattern” in Aïnou language, an indigenous people from Japan and Russia. The 4 titles refer to different kind of kimonos and patterns realized by Aïnous creators, according to regions and families, shaped cut-out clothes and embroideries. These patterns, connected to the Ainu daylife and their spirituality, might be inspired by forms from nature. The four animations are a tribute to this art, in rhythm with the traditional Ainu music Ukouk.

Themes

  • clothes, kimonos, patterns
  • Russia, Japan, indigenous People

Cartel

  • COLLECTION of 4 FILMS :

KAPARAMIP – 2 min 13
CICIRI – 1 min 25
TETARAPE – 1 min 47
RUUNPE – 2 min 14

  • Technique : drawing on paper 30 x 42 cm, indian ink and watercolour, 2D computer.
  • MUSIC : Marewrew; Music producer : OKI
  • Animation : Boris Labbé, Armelle Mercat
  • Compositing : Boris Labbé
  • Ainu Patterns References by Courtesy of : The Fondation for Ainu Culture; Hakodate City Museum; National Museum of Ethnology; Tenri University Sankakan Museum; The Japan Folk Crafts Museum; Tomokomai City Museum; Toru Kaizawa
    Rekpo; Waseda Aizu Museum
  • Thanks to : Kawamura Kaneta Ainu Museum, Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio.
  • Production Cooperation : Sapporo International Art Festival Executive Committee
  • Supported by Ambassade de France / Institut français du Japon
  • Presented by City of Sapporo

Description

“Sirki” means “pattern” in Aïnou language, an indigenous people from Japan and Russia. The 4 titles refer to different kind of kimonos and patterns realized by Aïnous creators, according to regions and families, shaped cut-out clothes and embroideries. These patterns, connected to the Ainu daylife and their spirituality, might be inspired by forms from nature. The four animations are a tribute to this art, in rhythm with the traditional Ainu music Ukouk.

Themes

  • clothes, kimonos, patterns
  • Russia, Japan, indigenous People

Cartel

  • COLLECTION of 4 FILMS :

KAPARAMIP – 2 min 13
CICIRI – 1 min 25
TETARAPE – 1 min 47
RUUNPE – 2 min 14

  • Technique : drawing on paper 30 x 42 cm, indian ink and watercolour, 2D computer.
  • MUSIC : Marewrew; Music producer : OKI
  • Animation : Boris Labbé, Armelle Mercat
  • Compositing : Boris Labbé
  • Ainu Patterns References by Courtesy of : The Fondation for Ainu Culture; Hakodate City Museum; National Museum of Ethnology; Tenri University Sankakan Museum; The Japan Folk Crafts Museum; Tomokomai City Museum; Toru Kaizawa
    Rekpo; Waseda Aizu Museum
  • Thanks to : Kawamura Kaneta Ainu Museum, Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio.
  • Production Cooperation : Sapporo International Art Festival Executive Committee
  • Supported by Ambassade de France / Institut français du Japon
  • Presented by City of Sapporo
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