Video Earth Tokyo

Video Earth Tokyo is a community-oriented video art collective serving as a network for people making video in Japan. It was founded in 1971 by Ko Nakajima, a pioneer of video art and computer animation. He recorded local communities, social activities, interventions, and performance experiments using a portable video recorder—a communication tool employed by the collective to promote communal awareness. The collective broadcast their documentaries and experimental works on cable television and participated in international exhibitions as well as computer graphics conferences.