International Conference & Workshop A/R/P (Art/Research/Practice) 2021

International Conference & Workshop A/R/P (Art/Research/Practice) 2021

The fields of contemporary art and research in the humanities and social sciences are beginning to interconnect. Research-based art (RBA)—in which artists create artworks and projects based on sociological and anthropological research—has been expanding greatly, partly due to the “social turn” in contemporary art since the early 1990s…

International Conference & Workshop: A/R/P (Art/Research/Practice)2021  Call For Papers & Projects

International Conference & Workshop: A/R/P (Art/Research/Practice)2021 Call for Papers & Projects

The International Conference & Workshop: A/R/P (Art/Research/Practice)2021 is now calling for papers or projects. In addition to conventional academic conference presentations, we welcome any other ambitious presentation forms such as video, film, music/sound, performance, and exhibitions. In principle, presentations should be no longer than 20 minutes, but please consult with us regarding other formats.

Celebrating The Publication Of “Japanorama” (Suiseisha): Talk Event By Yuko Hasegawa, Yasuo Kobayashi And Futoshi Hoshino “Panorama Of Japanese Contemporary Art”

Celebrating the Publication of “Japanorama” (Suiseisha): Talk Event by Yuko Hasegawa, Yasuo Kobayashi and Futoshi Hoshino “Panorama of Japanese Contemporary Art”

Celebrating the Publication of "Japanorama" (Suiseisha): Talk Event by Yuko Hasegawa, Yasuo Kobayashi and Futoshi Hoshino "Panorama of Japanese Contemporary Art" The exhibition "JAPANORAMA" was held at the Centre Pompidou, Metz in 2017. The exhibition, which was held at the Centre Pompidou in Metz in 2017, depicted a panorama of contemporary Japanese visual culture since 1970, with six themes arranged like an archipelago, including "Strange Objects, Bodies: Posthuman," "Poetics Beyond Politics," and "Soft, Floating Subjectivity, Ultra-Private Documentary. This exhibition, which depicted contemporary visual culture in Japan since 1970 as a panorama, caused a great sensation. We are pleased to announce…

Yoshitaka Mōri Lab. Special Workshop | Machinic Music: Technology, Music, The Body

Yoshitaka Mōri Lab. Special Workshop | Machinic Music: Technology, Music, the Body

Technology is continuously transforming music. This does not only mean that new technologies add new ways of expression or new tones. But rather, new technology transforms the category of "music" and changes the environment, the body, and the social relationships that surround it. In particular, it is the transformation of the senses that plays an important role here. Music is not an "auditory" art form, as is commonly believed. As anyone who has played an instrument for even a short time knows, music is played not by the ears, but by all five senses: hands, feet, mouth, and nose. The…

Welcome, Stranger, to this Place

For the last few decades, within the flourishing biennial culture, the art world was praising artists as sort of wandering nomads who question the sense of belonging as an essential element for self-determination…