Talk Session #1
“Looking back at Kyoto in the 1990s”
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Conducted in Japanese
Kyoto during the 1990s attracted not only artists, but people of many different backgrounds who undertook many different activities there, while adapting flexibly to the social conditions of the time. The “And I Dance with Somebody” of the title was a slogan devised from the acronym AIDS. The exhibition unravels, in chronological order, this era in which various social activities and programs - from club culture to contemporary art to HIV/AIDS education events - were connected, and this Talk Session will focus especially on Dumb Type (1984-), Art-Scape (1992-around 2003), the Chien Week-end Café (1993-96), APP (AIDS Poster Project) (1993-), and QFF (Kyoto and Osaka Planning Committee for the Kansai Lesbian/Gay Film Festival) (1995-2000), looking back at what these various players of the era were doing, and taking a fresh look at their activities.
- Date & Time
- 14:00-16:00, October 6 [Sat], 2018 (Doors Open: 13:30)
- BuBu de la Madeleine (Artist), Sunayama Norico (Dancer / Performance Artist), Akira the Hustler (Artist), Miyata Hiroshi (Creative Director)
- Ishitani Haruhiro (Researcher, Archival Research Center, Kyoto City University of Arts), Tsubaki Reiko (Curator, Mori Art Museum)
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