mamoruiriguchi

Performance Projects


EATEN (2017 -pre-production-)


The Tallest (2017)


4D Cinema (2015, 55min)


4D Cinema: Screen 2 (2015, 25min)


4D Cinema: Paradiso (2015, 2min)


I’m so confessional (2014, 5min)


Family Time Trip (2014, 5min)


Many M (2014, 3min)


GRAFT (2014, 20min)


PAINKILLERS (2014, 55min)


Through the Window (2013, durational)


4th October 2013 (2013, 6min film)


One Man Show (2012, 25min)


Journey from a Man to a Woman (2012, 50min)


Alone in Cinema (2012, 10min)


Play it, Sam (2012, 10min)


Projector/Conjector (2011, 40min)


Into the Skirt (2010,45min,Plateaux Commission, Mousonturm)


Pregnant?! (2009, 45min)




Theatre Design Projects


Graphic Design Projects












News


EATEN @ Summerhall

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017!

Visit Eaten page, click here

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Mamoru is participating PUSH Gender LAB, facilitated by Imaginate.


Eaten received support from Creative Scotland! 


4D Cinema at Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Summerhall) received diverse responses from the critics and audience. Click here to view them!


Tate Kids video “How to be a Performance Artist” is now online. click here to view it!


Forthcoming Events

Performance

The Tallest

27-28 May @National Museum of Scotland

(part of Edinburgh Intl’ Children’s Festival Open Wkend)


SEXXES

2 June @ Lauriston Hall

(part of Edinburgh Intl’ Children’s Festival Scratch Night)


Eaten

2-27 August @ Summerhall

(part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017)


4D Cinema

16-19 August @ Cameo Cinema

(part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017)


Theatre Design

Dieser Witz trägt einen Bart

24 June @ Staatstheater Darmstadt, More info here


Wir Sind Schmidt

Premier 21 Sept @ Schlosstheater Moers, Moers


Kaisers neue Kleider

Premier 21 April 2018 @ Theater Junge Generation, Dresden



Graphic Design 


Time(Travel)line

Resource for families visiting Tate Modern. Available this summer in Welcome Room, Level 1


The Sick of the Fringe

by Brian Lobel + InCompany Collective

For more info, click here