Satoshi Murakami “Grasping Labor”

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Satoshi Murakami has published a picture book and diary about his experiences since 2014 walking across Japan with a Styrofoam house he made himself in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake. Here he attempts to grasp the relationship between economic activity, labor, and the human body.

[Related Event]
Talk “Labor and the Body, Advertising, and the Olympics”
Speakers: Satoshi Murakami and anthropologist Ryuta Imafuku
Date: Sep. 5 (Tues) 19:30–20:30
Admission: ¥1500. Please place at least one food or drink order.
In Japanese. Please see the official website for reservations and details.

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from September 05, 2017 to October 07, 2017 at 17:00
Exhibitions Hours: 12:00–19:00 Tues–Thurs, 12:00–21:00 Fri–Sat. Closed on Sundays, Mondays, and Public Holidays.

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