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【MUNTADAS: ASIAN PROTOCOLS】 Roundtables among Japan, China and Korea

【MUNTADAS: ASIAN PROTOCOLS】 Roundtables among Japan, China and Korea
Period:March 4 (Fri.), 20 (Sun.), 26 (Sat.) 2016
Etc.:*The event on March 4th takes place at the Embassy of Spain (1-3-29 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo)
Hours:March 4 (Fri.) 19:00-21:30, March 20 (Sun.) 16:00-19:00, March 26 (Sat.) 13:00-16:00
Admission:March 4 (Fri.) Free // March 20 (Sun.) & 26 (Sat.) ¥1,500
Venue:3/4: Embassy of Spain, 2/20&2/26: 3331 Arts Chiyoda

3331 Arts Chiyoda presents the major exhibition "Muntadas: Asian Protocols". Antoni Muntadas is an internationally renowned Spanish artist known as one of the early pioneers of conceptual and media art. In addition to the exhibition, a series of roundtables among Japan, China and Korea will be held.

For details and roundtable registration:

(1) Public / Private Space - Identity, everyday life and the right to the city in the East-Asian Metropolis
[Date] March 4 (fri.) 19:00-21:30
[Venue] Embassy of Spain (1-3-29 Roppongi Minato-ku, Tokyo)
[Admission] Free
[Moderator] Jorge Almazan (Architect ,Senior Assistant Professor of Keio University)
[Speaker] JINNAI Hidenobu (Architectural Historian, Professor of Hosei University)
KIM Sung Hong ( Professor of architecture and urbanism of University of Seoul, Curator of Korean Pavilion, Architecture Exhibition, 2016 Venice Biennale)
CHEN Yu (Architect and Urban Historian, Assistant Professor of National University of Singapore
*Japanese/ English simultaneous interpretation available
What is "public space" in East-Asia? In light of recent phenomena, such as the increasing trend towards high-rise buildings in the region, urban researchers will examine how the changing role of public space affects notions of identity, everyday life, home and the "right to the city" in the metropolitan arenas of Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo.

(2) Censorship
[Date] March 20 (Sun.) 16:00-19:00
[Venue] 3331 Arts Chiyoda
[Admission] ¥ 1,500
[Moderator] OZAKI Tetsuya(Chief Editor "Real Tokyo" and "Real Kyoto", Editor/Author "One hundred Years of Idiocy")
[Speaker] KATAOKA Mami (Chief curator of Mori Art Museum)
OKAMOTO Yuka (Editor, Culture producer, Activist, Kaze Kobo organizer "Hyogen no Fujiyu Ten"[Exhibition of Un-freedom of Expression] committee co-representative)
FURUMAI Yoshiko Freelance writer, Author "18 Voices from China"
*Japanese/ English consecutive interpretation available
This is an attempt to understand the condition of politics, society and culture through discussion of governmental censorship and the self-censorship of artists, museums, publishers, organizers and producers in the three countries with people who have experience of regulations on expression.

(3) Construction of Fear
[Date] March 26 (Sat.) 13:00-16:00
[Venue] 3331 Arts Chiyoda
[Admission] ¥ 1,500
[Moderator] SASAKI Toshinao(Critic, Journalist, Author "The layering world", "To the Era of Gentle Realism")
[Speaker] ASANO Toyomi (Professor of political history of Japan at the School of Political Science and Economics of Waseda University, Author Teikoku Nihon no Shokuminchi Hosei )
ASO Seiichiro (Journalist, NPO AsiaCommons Organizer, Author "The Beijing art village","How do the Chinese really think about the Japanese?")
SHIN Taejun ( Representative Director, Living in Peace )
*Japanese/ English consecutive interpretation available
Why can't we communicate politically with both close and distant neighbors? It may be because we fear each other. We therefore discuss and identify factors of fear in daily life on both conscious and unconscious levels, in the realm of speech and media. We also try to discover approaches which will help us coexist despite friction between the three countries.

Reservation required
(with name , e-mail, mobile phone number )
Email: ws1(at)
*Please change "at" to @ mark.

In cooperation with
Tokyo Wonder Site/ BankART1929
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Fostering Education Project, INTERNATIONAL JOINT PROJECT, Tokyo University of the Arts Global Art Joint Curriculum 2015

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