Something like a lecture? on the 12th January 2013 at Gallery Terra Tokyo, Tokyo
Something like a lecture? on the 22nd December 2012 at art&river bank, Tokyo
SPRING, 90-minute procession curated by Claire Tancons
- 7th Gwangju Biennale: SPRING
- Carnival and The Artistic Contract: SPRING in Gwangju
- Carnival, Processions and Parades – Interview Claire Tancons
- Western Front presents Curating Carnival: A Talk by Claire Tancons – Mar 16
Quetions, Fischli and Weiss
- Peter Fischli / David Weiss in Hamburg
- It’s ALIVE!!! (Part II: Questions)
- Questions, the Sausage Photographs, and a Quiet Afternoon
An experiment that attempts to understand about an experience of a college student’s grandfather in Miyako Island, Okinawa during world war Ⅱ when he was in elementary school. It was held on the 20th October 2011 at Tokyo Polytechnic University, Tokyo, Japan.
An experiment that attempts to understand the story related to a war that my granddad have told me many times before. It is about many Japanese soldiers breaks out of the train while they are carted off to Siberia as prisoners. It was held on the 13th October 2011 at Tokyo Polytechnic University, Tokyo, Japan.
A various artists, archtects, sociologists, activists and communists (ah.. this is a particular person though..) in Japan argues that urban-type survival skills give us many things to re-think about a way of living in Japanese society and its problems. Actually it’s a learning idea to me, however, I have doubts about the edification that Japanese society needs absolutely the knowledge of street people, which is out of social systems. Even though there might be those who are only able to nestle up to the system, their affirmation is only based on a society consisted of micro and macro point of views. Do they really think about the society?