Un convegno per riflettere sul mutamento della relazione tra Uomo e Natura nel Giappone di oggi, attraverso un percorso che coinvolge la letteratura, l’arte, la musica, sino ad arrivare al cinema e alle altre arti performative contemporanee.

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International Conference

Rethinking Nature in Contemporary Japan: Facing the Crisis

Ca’ Foscari University of Venice

Auditorium Santa Margherita, Dorsoduro 3689, Venezia.

March 2nd, 3rd 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 2nd

10.00 Opening Ceremony

KEYNOTE SPEECH:

10.30 KAZASHI Nobuo (Kôbe University )

“Transmigration of Symbols” in Hiroshima and Fukushima: Literary Engagements with the Ambiguity of Nature

11.30 Nicolas FIÉVÉ (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris)

A Critical History of Japanese Housing from the Perspective of the Human-Nature Relationship

PANEL: “Nature and Environment in Japanese Music”

Chair Marcella MARIOTTI (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)

14.30 Daniele SESTILI (Indipendent scholar, Rome)

‘Nature’ in Japanese Traditional ‘Music’? Reflections on Hôgaku and two Euro-American Concepts in Present-Day Japan

15.00 Andrea GIOLAI (Ca’ Foscari University, Leiden University)

Steps to an Ecology of Gagaku: Place, Nature and Sound in Japanese Court Music

15.30 HOSOKAWA Shûhei (International Research Center for Japanese Studies – Nichibunken, Kyoto)

A Sketch on the Modernization of Japanese Music

– Discussion

 

 

March 3rd

PANEL: “Nature and Environment in Cinema, Animation and Performing Arts”

Chair Bonaventura RUPERTI (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)

10.00 M. Roberta NOVIELLI (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)

Masumura Yasuzô: A Breakthrough in the Wall of Japanese Cinema

10.30 Markus NORNES (University of Michigan)

Rendering Magnitude in 311 Documentaries

11.00 Barbara GEILHORN (University of Berlin)

Man and Nature in Post-Fukushima Performance – Documentary Theater from Northeastern Japan

11.30 Katja CENTONZE (Waseda University)

Vibrations of March 11 in Japan’s Performance Scene: Yamakawa Fuyuki and the Sound of Radioactivity

PANEL: “Nature and Environment in Visual Art”

Chair Silvia VESCO (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice)

14.30 Jaqueline BERNDT (Kyôto Seika University)

Codified Nature, Atrocious Conditions: On Kyô Machiko’s Graphic Narratives

15.00 Gunhild BORGGREEN (University of Copenhagen)

Junk as Art: Environmental Issues in Post-War Japanese Visual Art

15.30 Ewa MACHOTKA (Leiden University)

Exhibiting “Nature”: Satoyama at the Echigo-Tsumari Art Field

16.00 ÔISHI Akinori (Artist & Designer)

Is Happiness Something to be Found in ‘Nature’?

– Discussion

– Conclusion

 

 

 

SCARICA LA LOCANDINA:

Rethinking Nature in Contemporary Japan: Facing the Crisis