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Echo at Satsop
short film, 2013


‘Echo at Satsop’ was filmed entirely at the abandoned Satsop nuclear facility in southern Washington. The making of this film began with director/producer Ichikawa’s response to the triple disaster that occurred in her home country of Japan. On March 11, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit the country, causing a massive tsunami that led to the collapse of the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Tragically, it’s devastating impact on the people and environment around it will continue for years to come. Ichikawa was inspired by the emotional juxtaposition between ethereality and fear that she experienced while being in the Satsop cooling tower, as well as by the amazing acoustic property of the space where the sound created by simply clapping hands becomes an emotional experience.

Please see more images and information on the PROJECT PAGE.

Producer and Director: Etsuko Ichikawa
Cinematographer: Ian Lucero
Sound Engineer: Tom Stiles
Editors: Ian Lucero and Etsuko Ichikawa

 

Museum of Glass Residency
meet the artist, 2016

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Radiating Echoes - What is Beautiful?
trailer, 2016

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Echo at Satsop
short film, 2013

Echo at Satsop

 
2100° / 451°
short film, 2011

2100° _ 451°

 
One Thousand Questions
project video, 2014

One Thousand Questions

 
Echo at Satsop
TV interview, 2013

Echo at Satsop

 
NACHI
museum interview, 2011

NACHI - Interview

 
NACHI
exhibit walkthrough, 2011

NACHI - between the eternal and the ephemeral -

 
Firebird
performance, 2010

Firebird

 
Glass Pyrograph on Beach
performance, 2013

Glass Pyrograph on Beach

 
Traces of the Molten State
project video, 2008

Traces of the Molten State

 
Traces of the Molten State
TV interview, 2008

Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

 
breath-memory
working process, 2006

breath-memory

 
Deai
working process, 2005

Deai

 

 
 
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