Posts Tagged ‘Fukushima art’

101st Annual College Art Association Conference Paper

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 […]

Chim↑Pom on Fukushima: “Real Times”

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 […]