Uta Techne is a show that produces modern music videos of Japanese songs from the 1960s and 70s. Rock 'N' Roll March uses a second line beat from New Orleans funeral marches, and takes the theme of a “cheerful funeral march led by OTAKI Eiichi,” who died in 2015. All sounds in the song are transformed into characters that express the sounds with their movements. [2 min. 7 sec.]
Born in 1980 in Kanagawa Prefecture; completed a graduate course at Tokyo University of the Arts. Producing installations that center on music-based video expression, ONISHI's works include Art & Music: Search for New Synesthesia (Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 2012). He is involved in a diverse range of work, serving as video director for the opera L'incoronazione di Poppea (New National Theatre Tokyo, 2009) as well as the music video for Hasuinonasa's "Dynamics of the Subway" (2011).
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