Hiroto Ota is a recent graduate of the architectural course at Musashino Art University, and in this presentation, he talks about his final graduation project.
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My Airfield, My Festival
BY BELLA RUNE
@ VOL 67
ON DEC 02, 2009
Bella Rune's magnetic personality and work drew people to a deserted airfield in Sweden for a day of filming. She describes her work as a "physical manifestation of human dreams and aspirations and the sad and touchingconsequences of when these fail to deliver. At the time this presentation was done, Bella was Artist in Residence at Tokyo WonderSite.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 6, 2013.
What Does Tokyo Mean to You?
BY MAYKOL MEDINA
@ VOL 111
ON FEB 20, 2014
Maykol Medina and Hiroaki Iwaki, creators of the Tokyo BitoBito Project, ask the question "What does Tokyo mean to you?" to 100 people in Tokyo over 5 months. With varied reponses such as "organized", "fun", "boring", or "a disaster", they attempt to recollect how people view Tokyo.
"Presentation of the Day" on April 25, 2014.
Final Boarding Call
BY JEANETTE PLOURDE
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 27, 2016
"In the in-between land of the airport, what spaces of possibility, defeat, and mystery do we cross as we try to reach our final destination?"
Brooklyn transplant, Jeanette Plourde, creates physically-driven, experimental theatre pieces that explore the places where one art form intersects with another. Part dramatist, and part dancer, Plourde challenges the distinctions between language, movement, and theatre.
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mY cITY OF cULTURE
BY ADAM STEINER
@ VOL 26
ON JUL 05, 2016
In this talk inspired by his City Arcadia micro-commission, Artist and Poet Adam Steiner considers how, as an artist, you can make an Arcadia of Coventry. He posits the theory that this might be your duty as an artist, but also perhaps as a citizen. Describing his process and project proposals, Adam offers us a way to look differently at the city.
College Radio: Alive and Kickin'
BY JULIANNA TULLOS
@ VOL 23
ON MAY 11, 2017
Julianna Tullos gives an in-depth look at Knoxville's only terrestrial college radio station, WUTK, and discusses that not all radio is created equal. While working at the University of Tennessee college radio station, WUTK, in college in 2005, Julianna grew to appreciate the eclectic environment of radio, and odd-balls that fill it. Over a decade later, college radio is still just as relevent and important, providing a creative outlet, promoting community awareness, and providing a platform of expression for students and Knoxvillians.