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Talk Session “From the World of Shiota Chiharu - Multiculturalism and Boundary-Crossing Identities”

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Shiota Chiharu: The Soul Trembles Related Program
Conducted in Japanese

Takayama Akira, artist known for carrying out social experiment-like projects such as McDonald’s Radio University in cities around the world and other, joins versatile Morley Robertson, whose unconventional background saw him born in New York and raised in Hiroshima, to contemplate the challenges for Japan as it becomes increasingly multicultural, and issues surrounding “D&I” (diversity and inclusion). Their discussion will encompass viewpoints also relevant to the artistic realm of Shiota Chiharu, with its ongoing exploration of the existence of the self.

Date & Time
14:00-16:00, Saturyday, July 20, 2019 (Doors Open: 13:30)
Takayama Akira (Artist, Port B), Morley Robertson (Journalist; DJ)
Kataoka Mami (Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Mori Art Museum)

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2019.6.19 [Wed] - 6.23 [Sun]
Auditorium, Mori Art Museum
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