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Bruce Yonemoto
Born 1949 in San Jose, CA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA
The Wedding, 1999
two-channel video projection, screen (byobu)
dimensions variable
Museum Purchase, Enid and Crosby Kemper and William T. Kemper
Acquisition Fund
2001.22a–i
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Working with screens, monitors, imagery, objects, and ideas from video, film, television, and popular culture, Yonemoto examines recurring themes of memory, the construction of identity, and his third-generation Japanese-American heritage. Here, he projects clouds and images from a Japanese-Brazilian wedding onto a traditional Japanese byobu screen, manipulating our perception through time-lapse and slow-motion photography.