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Angura Underground

Thursday, September 2, 2010

I have been remiss in not posting about this earlier.

Angura! is an artistic program created by the members of Vowls (who also deservedly deserve a listen) to be, in their words:

. . . a creative resource for people who want to explore the outer perimeter of Japanese art of all forms; a portal for those looking for inspiration to push the boundaries of their own art; a time-bending tool; a forum for discussion; a place for the inquisitive; a spotlight for those that dare; a community that supports Japanese artists on the margins and who will expose their artwork to a North American audience in the form of screenings, exhibits, performances, translations, and happenings of all shapes and sizes.

All the events take place in Toronto, which means I unfortunately have not been able to attend any thus far; however, if they are all anything like this one — Vowls playing Mizoguchi’s Water Magician — then they are absolutely going to be engaging experiences.  Just sit back in a darkened room and watch that video and feel yourself floating away; it’s wonderful.  And keep checking the Angura! website to stay abreast of what’s going on in terms of upcoming events and recent news from the community.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Thursday, September 2, 2010 10:25 pm

    Thanks for sharing this. I’m completely entranced by the coupling of The Water Magician and Vowls’ score.

  2. Thursday, September 2, 2010 10:30 pm

    There’s an event coming up on Oct. 1st:

    KANAI KATSU Double Bill Screening + Gastric Female Reflex
    1960 Davenport Rd, Unit Rear B
    Toronto, ON

    The site hasn’t been updated yet, but I’m sure it will be soon if you want to check in for more details.

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