Influenced by Japanese storytelling traditions, families will delve into their imaginations, using long rolls of paper to create ‘picture scrolls’.
Image credit: Nicola Pomery
Listen to art historian and lecturer Kiyoko Mitsuyama Wdowiak talk about post-war Japanese contemporary art, placing Shinro Ohtake’s practice in a broader context.
Image courtesy: Kiyoko Mitsuyama Wdowiak
5-day project with Hydar Dewachi encouraging looking, listening and reverie
Image credit: Hydar Dewachi, journal pages, mixed media
Join us for a panel discussion with the winners of the EXPOSURE 14 Award: Jon Baker, Sarah Roberts and Aaron Wells.
EXPOSURE 14 Award: Sarah Roberts, 'Ar Lân [beside]'. Courtesy of the artist and Parasol unit, London.
With ideas of expanded listening, and performance in mind, join SoundFjord’s director, Helen Frosi, for an afternoon of listening and playing with sound.
Image credit: SoundFjord/A Company of Enthusiasts. Material Studies at Sound//Space at V22 Summer Club
The Japan Foundation are hosting this rare opportunity to hear Japanese contemporary artist, Shinro Ohtake, in conversation with Mark Rappolt, editor of Art Review.
Courtesy of Take Ninagawa, Tokyo. Photo: ©Shoko
This in-conversation event will introduce the work and research of Iranian artist, Nazgol Ansarinia, who will be in residence at Parasol unit in 2014.
Combine storytelling, drawing and plasticine modelling to create new stories and mythologies about the mysterious objects in Jimmie Durham's exhibition.
Image credit: Parasol unit