It would be hard for anyone to imagine the combination of a mother and a telegraph pole. How could such a thing be possible? The image of the telegraph pole raising her child using cables in place of arms and legs is quite charming. The spirit of the producer who made such a wild idea into a film is also quite charming.
Started to make animation films when I was a high school student. I am now in my fourth year of Tokyo Zokei University.
A room of the son, 2002 The Teeth man, 2003 The man who lives in the train, 2004 Song of Grilled Fish, 2004 Marching march, 2005 The Telegraph Pole Mother, 2005
Screening / Award history:
Screened at "J'reve", Fondation Cartier Pour L'art Contemporain (2005/Paris, France) Kirin Art Award(2002)- Encouragement Prize Digital Stadium Award(2004)- Grand Prix The 6th Yuri Norshtein Award(2004)- Grand-Prix, Audience Award Tokyo Competition 2004 Urban Museum Award, Visual Art Category - Grand-Prix