"Dilemma in representational activities and their intervention in communities - Considering who these activities are for through art and music" Talk Event
Otto Mainzheim Gallery
This event has ended.
There has been an increase in the number of events that are related to various social issues where representational activities/ activists intervene. Examples include art which is brought into the regions suffering from depopulation and aging in order to revitalize them, and music that is employed to link the once segmentalized community, to name but a few.
This time, CAMP will serve as a place for activists to discuss on the significance of the relationship between "regions and representational activities" and issues surrounding them. The event will be open to anyone.
-Mei Kanematsu (Graduate School of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University, PhD student)
-Mia Nakamura (Tokyo University of the Arts, special researcher)
-Motohiro Koizumi (Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School, PhD student/ Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, special researcher)
Capacity: 30 persons
Reservation: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with "CAMP reservation" in the title line, and 1)the event title "Dilemma in representational activities and their intervention in communities", 2) your name, 3) email address and 4) the number of participating people in the body of the message.
2009-12-05 from 20:00 to 23:00
Doors open 19:30