Talk Session “‘Japan in Architecture’ from Global Perspectives”
Japan in Architecture Related Program
Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available
The architect Ito Toyo, architectural historian Ken Tadashi Oshima, and Mori Art Museum director Nanjo Fumio will discuss the subject of “Japan in architecture” from global perspectives in a talk moderated by Kurakata Shunsuke, the exhibition co-curator. The talk will consider such issues as the influence of Japanese architecture overseas, the historization of architecture, the future of Japanese architecture, the question of how we should define the very concept of “architecture,” and the potential of architecture.
- Date & Time
- 19:00-21:00, April 25 [Wed], 2018 (Doors Open: 18:30)
- Ito Toyo (Architect), Ken Tadashi Oshima (Architectural Historian; Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Washington), Nanjo Fumio (Director, Mori Art Museum)
- Kurakata Shunsuke (Architectural Historian; Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Urban Engineering [Architecture], Osaka City University)
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