Interview|THE FUTURE OF CURATIONSHIP WITH TECHNOLOGY Interview With Hans Ulrich Obrist


As part of the catalogue of “Alter-narratives”, in which we pursue the discussion on the potential of online exhibitions from a broader perspective, I had the privilege of interviewing Mr. Hans Ulrich Obrist, the director of the Serpentine Galleries in London. I hope to introduce his ideas on curating online through the following dialogue, as he is a curator that expands the definition of exhibition through his interdisciplinary practices, having conducted a number of digital programmes.

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Special Seminar Report“The Underground Music Scene In HK In A ‘Post-Hidden Agenda’ Period”
Special Seminar Report

“The Underground music scene in HK in a ‘Post-Hidden Agenda’ period”
Text=Kenichiro Egami

We invited a musician/independent researcher, Akoh Wong, who is currently visiting Tokyo, to take part in a seminar on the independent music scene in Hong Kong in the 2000s and the transition of culture and art spaces in the Kwun Tong district.

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Interview|Bruno Latour Booting Up The Critical Zone
Special Interview

Booting Up the Critical Zone:
Interview with Bruno Latour
Text=Yohji Suzuki

For five days from May 14, 2018, I participated in a workshop at HfG Karlsruhe (Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe, or Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design) in Germany. The workshop was to help prepare for an exhibition to be held in the ZKM (Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, or Center for Art and Media) in 2020, and this was the second such event. The main curator for the exhibition is Bruno Latour, a famous philosopher of science technology and society.

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Special Lecture Report | Eri KAWADE Archiving TUA Lectures By Nicolas BOURRIAUD
Special Lecture Report

Archiving TUA Lectures by Nicolas BOURRIAUD

On the Series of Lectures and Seminars at TUA GAAP and the Release of Video Documentation of His Special Lecture, The Relational Landscape of the 21st Century: Art between Human and Non-Human Spheres

Special Lectures and Seminars Organized by the Department of Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts

January 5 – 10, 2018
Ueno Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts

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Special Lecture Report | Koki TANAKA  Guided Beyond Intention: On The Thought Of HU Fang: Thoughts On Listening To The Special Lecture
Special Lecture Report

Guided beyond Intention: On the Thought of HU Fang:
Thoughts on Listening to the Special Lecture

──“Art and Culture in the Age of Globalization:
Towards a Non-intentional Space: Potentials of Spaces for Art Today”


For us — that is to say, for artists — what does the notion of the “individual” signify, and how can we take it apart? And how can we reconsider the position of the “author” in the context of artworks and art projects? …

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On The Media
 | A Preview Interview With Yuko Hasegawa On “De-Colonizing Art Institutions”: CURATING! Documentary Film And A Digital Archive
On the Media

A Preview Interview with Yuko Hasegawa on “De-Colonizing Art Institutions”:
CURATING! Documentary Film and a Digital Archive


A short interview video with Professor Yuko Hasegawa has just been released to the general public. This interview was conducted as a preview from the digital archive project, CURATING!:Curating Explored with a Camera: Politics of Display, Politics of Site, Politics of Knowledge Production, Politics of Transfer and Translation, which has been planned and produced by Post-Graduate Programme in Curating at the University of the Arts Zurich (ZHdK) since 2015.

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Landscape Exhibition And Symposium Review:  Neither Utopia Nor Dystopia In The Changing Landscape Today
Landscape Exhibition and Symposium Review

Neither Utopia nor Dystopia in the Changing Landscape Today

Decoding the 21st century landscape in Asia, one that is rapidly changing in light of technological, economic, and societal shifts in the age of globalization; TUA’s Graduate School of Global Arts and Art Institute Kitakyushu presented LANDSCAPE: Hotel Asia Project 2017 – is a three day exhibition and symposium (January 27 to 29, 2017) that was held at the Department of Music Exhibition Room in Tokyo University of the Arts, Ueno Campus.

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Report |  Challenges Of The Chapter Art Centre After Listening To A Lecture By Mr James Tyson

Challenges of the Chapter Art Centre
After listening to a lecture by Mr James Tyson

On July 22, 2016, in the third lecture in the series Introduction to Art and Culture in the Global Age, Mr James Tyson delivered a case study on Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff, Wales, UK, where he worked as the Head of the Theatre department from 1999 to 2011.

In the lecture, he posed two important questions: What is the role of the art center and how can you connect the arts and its community? To answer these questions, he used Chapter Arts Centre as an example, exploring in detail its historical background.

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