Meiro Koizumi <br/>
Japanese 1976-<br/>
still from <em>My Voice Would Reach You</em> 2009<br/>
single screen HD video installation, sound<br/>
16’45” <br/>
Image courtesy the artist<br/>
© Meiro Koizumi


Speak to Me Screening Program

Free entry

NGV International

14 Sep 12 – 18 Nov 12

Experimenta Speak to Me, 5th International Biennial of Media Art considers what it means, at this time, to be together. How do we consider our new relationships to the world, technology and each other? What does this connectedness offer us?

Featuring the work of Australian and international artists, the Biennial extends across Melbourne, bringing together works that offer multiple perspectives on how we form connections with others and negotiate intimacy in our lives.  At the National Gallery of Victoria, My voice would reach you by Japanese artist Meiro Koizumi will screen daily (excluding Tuesdays) until 17 November 2012.

Meiro Koizumi
Japanese 1976-
still from My Voice Would Reach You 2009
single screen HD video installation, sound
Image courtesy the artist
© Meiro Koizumi