Chim↑Pom reenact their “100 Kiai” (100 Cheers). Photo courtesy Gadabout. February 15th I will be giving a paper on Disaster and Creativity panel at the 101st Annual CAA Conference. Here is the short abstract: “Between Awe and Anger: Young Japanese Artists Respond to Tohoku and Fukushima” Artistic responses to the twin disasters that struck Northeastern […]
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Phoenix’s JAVA magazine interviewed me for their last issue of 2012. Here is the link to the article written by Jenna Duncan (you will need to click on the red arrow in the upper right corner).
This posting is long overdue since the related exhibition took place over one month ago, in late May, but I left Tokyo three days after the earthquake, one day after I learned about the radiation leak, and in the time that followed I never got a chance to write about this remarkable show. At the […]