TOKYO Search Results: “ageing”
Our Treasured Non-Moments
BY CONNIE TSANG
@ VOL 121
ON JAN 28, 2015
In Our Treasured Non-Moments from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 121, photographer Connie Tsang returns to her hometown on a yearly basis to see her parents. She speaks about the seemingly dull yet vibrant moments she captures of her parents as they transition from busily running their family restaurant, to easing into retirement, to slowly ageing before her eyes.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 6, 2015.
Startups in Space, Again
BY LUCAS BREMOND
@ PECHAKUCHA NIGHT SPECIAL @ AUTODESK POP-UP
ON NOV 08, 2015
Spacecraft developer at Axelspace in Tokyo, Lucas Bremond catches us up on the accomplishments of the space programs of past and present, reminding us that many of historical cosmic triumphs were achieved with less computing power then that of our smartphones. He then turns our imaginations to the future, proposing a new age of space exploration where the playing field has been levelled, the barrier of entry lowered, an exciting new era of new inexpensive tech in space, which we can all potentially participate, and for the benefit of all.
Finding the Willingness to be Lost Again
BY JUSTINE WONG
@ VOL 138
ON JUL 27, 2016
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Jan 14, 2016
BY ASHLEY MCCORMICK
@ VOL 1
ON OCT 01, 2015
"A time capsule buried here in 1935 led me to think about how we communicate with a future that we will never know, via objects from the present."
Like many of us, Ashley McCormick wrestles with time - there just never seems to be enough time to achieve everything we think we need to do! In "On Time" from PechaKucha Night Bexhill-on-Sea Vol. 1 she threads together some ideas and images exploring ideas about time, duration, age, aging, pace, measurements and pressures of time.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, November 2nd, 2015.
Soft Interaction for Connectedness and Well-being
BY JINSIL (HWARYOUNG) SEO
@ VOL 6
ON MAR 01, 2016
Jinsil (Hwaryoung) Seo presents some of her interactive art research using soft/organic materials for children with autism and older adults. Her research focuses on promoting social/intergenerational connectedness and wellbeing.
BY MEAGAN JAIN
@ VOL 29
ON MAY 22, 2016
Meagan Jain shares her project, Ageless Interaction.
Everyone has a birthday therefore we all age and Meagan comes to ask the question, how will you age? Will you go kicking and fighting or will you go with the flow and fall into old age?
Through college Meagn found that the elderly were missing out on a personal connections with other folk. She began to fill this gap by setting up a group that visited and visitied with elderly folk around the city. From that, Meagan founded Ageless Interaction. List in as she tells PKN ATL of her journey and where it has led her.
Learning Long Life
BY GARY MARKLE
@ VOL 21
ON SEP 24, 2016
"When we value something, we put money and energy into it, we get a result."
In "Learning Long Life" from PechaKucha Halifax Vol. 21, Gary Markle discusses his innovative approach to fashion trends for the aging population. Gary is an Associate Professor of Fashion at the Nova Scotia NSCAD. He is currently the Chair of the Craft Division. In 2013 together with Professor Glen Hougan, Markle was awarded a two-year Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CHIR) grant to investigate strategies for designing for healthy ageing.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Friday, November 25th, 2016.
Life’s Important Things
BY ADRIAN REITH
@ VOL 8
ON FEB 07, 2017
Adrian Reith explains that Act 3 is the 20+ extra years we’re all going to have - in reasonable health - with higher expectations - that our parents didn't get, or just called ‘retirement’, pipe and slippers, decline… Our generation will want much more than our parents, and will be capable of more … but there isn’t a model. Yet.
From Barrel to Bottle
BY WILL DRUCKER
@ VOL 17
ON MAR 09, 2017
Will Drucker is a sustainability practitioner and whiskey lover. At PechaKucha Night NYC, Will takes us through the history and process of whiskey making - from the tree to the bottle!
Will is devoted to building businesses that support the circular economy. Will hails from the cities and farms of the Midwest. College took him to Vermont where he studied neuroscience and deepened his love for the natural world. Will can't resist music, birds, biking, good food and adventure.
The Art of 'Her'
BY LORETO VALENZUELA
@ VOL 9
ON APR 25, 2017
Loreto Valenzuela talks about "The art of 'Her'". “...real adventures, I reflected, do not happen to people who remain at home: they must be sought abroad." From An encounter by James Joyce. Human encounters, as we all know, are inevitable. Most humans, adhering to their daily routine, tend to have encounters with the same people. However, when one leaves the routine and for example goes on holiday one finds themselves with many more fortuitous encounters than usual. What exactly counts as a fortuitous encounter, what effect may it have on ones life? This presentation will invite you to explore the links between art, curiosity and fortuitous human encounters.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Hope People to Return and Live Again
To mark the release of our Inspire Japan iBook, we're sharing two presentations today, both included inside the book (see Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham's "Sendai Tanabata" here). Recorded at our Inspire Japan event here in Tokyo, "Hope People to Return and Live Again" sees Atelier Bow-Wow's Yoshiharu Tsukamoto sharing ideas on reconstruction work in Tohoku. The presentation is in English.
Our Treasured Non-Moments
“These little non-moments you think are nothing mean a lot to me.” Every time photographer Connie Tsang returns to her hometown to see her parents she’d get a bit sad — her parents were rapidly changing. In “Our Treasured Non-Moments” from PKN Tokyo Vol. 121, she speaks about the seemingly dull yet vibrant moments she captures of her parents as they transition from busily running their family restaurant, to easing into retirement, to slowly ageing before her eyes.
Japan's Small Town Solutions
Having a third of your country’s population over 60 creates challenging issues in need of unique solutions. Akira Sakano speaks on the ageing, depopulating town of Kamikatsu — one of the smallest in Japan. In “Japan’s Small Town Solutions” from PKN Nishinomiya Vol. 23, Akira speaks of the projects she’s initiated to reduce waste and empower the elderly of small town Japan.
Waving GoodBye Again
"I had a new clarity of how midwestern I was, and what the midwest looked like. I got really excited about something that had seemed very ordinary to me." In Waving Goodbye from United States Artists Assembly in Chicago, artist Deanna Dikeman guides us through her photography, billboard and poster projects. Her unassuming work, while humble is rife with intention and artful curiosity, relatable and resonating. Based in the Midwest, she explores the themes of family, childhood memories, dance, fashion, lost and found, life and death.This post is back by popular demand. It was "Presenation of the Day" on September 7th and again October 13th.
Learning Long Life
"When we value something, we put money and energy into it, we get a result." In "Learning Long Life" from PechaKucha Night Halifax Vol. 21, Gary Markle discusses his innovative approach to fashion trends for the aging population. Gary is an Associate Professor of Fashion at the Nova Scotia NSCAD. He is currently the Chair of the Craft Division. In 2013 together with Professor Glen Hougan, Markle was awarded a two-year Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CHIR) grant to investigate strategies for designing for healthy ageing.
There And Back Again: A Designer's Tale
"LA was just not the place for me anymore, so I packed up my stuff and moved home to Edmonton. But I had this flashly resume, so where would I fit in?" In "There And Back Again: A Designer's Tale", from PechaKucha Night Edmonton Vol.26, designer Melissa Krystofiak's career has taken her behind the scenes of some Hollywood's biggest movies. In this presentation, she shares how her experiences working in different design discliplines has shaped her ideas about work, community and creativity.