|Participating Project||Research Residency Program|
|Period||2008.11 - 2008.12|
The purpose of my stay in was to investigate the Japanese mythology and its beliefs, to examine their implications and relevance to the contemporary society.
With a particular interest on nature, I wanted to explore the vision of Shinto, its codes and representations in order to delve into the animist imaginary.
OPEN HOUSE 2008
-Japanese traditional paintings, calligraphy and poetry.
-Japanese concept of aesthetic (wabi-sabi, fukinseï, shizen...)
-Japanese culture, rituals, habits and festivals.
-Japanese Butoh and Kagura.
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