Akiko Hada - Other Activities & Productions

2000-2002: One of the editorial team for Deep Purple's official website, The Highway Star.
2000-1: Collaboration on the CD-Rom version of killer.berlin.doc

1998: One of the 10 artists participating in killer.berlin.doc (Dir: Bettina Ellerkamp & Jörg Heitmann), a TV programme for ZDF/arte, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, 1999. (dogfilm)

A VHS compilation of video works released by London Electronic Arts as part of their "Artists' Anthologies" series for sale in art bookshops, museums and mail order.

2-minute video clip produced for Helen McCookery's Performance VOXPOP PUELLA, a project of the University of Westminster, London.

1996: Group exhibition of gallery artists, Galerie Martin Schmitz, Kassel.

Organistion/programme curation/Website for the Urban Aboriginals: The British Ambience festival, organised by Freunde guter Musik Berlin.

1993: Group exhibition of multiples, Galerie Martin Schmitz, Kassel.
1992: With Gavin Hodge & Veit-Lup, editor of the June programme of VAMP - Video Art Magazine for the Berlin cable station FAB.
1989: Production and offline editing of the 4-minute video ABSURD by John Maybury, produced for London Weekend Television's South Bank Show. (Akiko Hada Prods.)

Member of the Council of Management, Fantasy Factory Video, London.

1988: Production of the title sequence for CINE CINQ, for the French TV station La Cinq, directed by Neville Brody. (Premiére Heure)
1987-88: Production and offline editing of numerous pop promos and other music programmes for Boy George, Sinead O'Connor, Jesus & Mary Chain, etc. (Promo Palace, Initial TV, Akiko Hada Prods., etc.)
1985-: Various audio visual collaborations including a music/video event at Hammersmith Palais organised by Genesis P. Orridge; production of visual backdrops for concerts by Bananarama, Psychic TV, Holger Hiller, etc.; and video for Danielle Dax.
1985-86: Member of the Council of Management, London Video Arts.
1984-86: Worked as production assistant/camera assistant/offline editor on various pop promos by Derek Jarman, David Bailey, John Maybury, Cerith Wyn Evans, David Larcher, etc. (WHY-B2)
1983-84: Organisation and co-ordination of film, video and performance events at the B2 Gallery, AIR Gallery, etc., London.


Videography

Text about Akiko's tapes by Dr. Edith Decker-Philips

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