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Community Engagement Program: “MAM Project 025”- Related Program Talk Session “How Is Art Made?”

Conducted in Japanese

* This is the second session out of “Art Summer Camp 2018 for under 22”

To coincide with the “MAM Project 025: Apichatpong Weerasethakul + Hisakado Tsuyoshi” exhibition we invite cultural anthropologist Fukushima Masato, author of the essay “Sick Bodies and the Political Body: The Political Theology of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Cemetery of Splendor,” and artist Hisakado Tsuyoshi to explore how contemporary art is produced.

Date & Time
16:00 -18:00, July 21 [Sat], 2018 (Doors Open: 15:30)
Speakers
Hisakado Tsuyoshi (Artist), Fukushima Masato (Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Moderator
Tokuyama Hirokazu (Associate Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Hisakado Tsuyoshi
Hisakado Tsuyoshi
Fukushima Masato
Fukushima Masato

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Booking Period
2018.6.26 [Tue] - 7.20 [Fri]
Venue
Auditorium, Mori Art Museum
Capacity
80 (booking required)
Admission
Free (exhibition ticket valid for the day of issue required)
Inquiries
Learning, Mori Art Museum
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