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Introduction to new resources for the JF Japanese Scheme of Work for Key Stage 2
Public Seminar - Freeter, the Japanese Precariat: Youth and Labour Disintegration in Japan
Public Seminar: The Work of the Visual in Mourning the Dead in Post-Tsunami Japan
2014 Refresher Course for Teachers of Japanese
Japanese Film Screenings at the Japan Foundation
Public Seminar: Tracing Colours and Characters in the Work of HARUKI MURAKAMI
Stamp Rally @ JF Library - Summer 2014
Japanese Taster for Schools (JTS) Programme – September 2014 Training Day for Volunteers new
Japanese Language Proficiency Test December 2014 new
Japan Group Tour Programme for UK Headteachers
J-Basic Online for Teachers
NOW OPEN! The Japan Webpage Contest for Schools 2014-15
Japanese Studies Seminar in Alsace: Call for Participation!
Journal
Botech Compositions: New Work by Macoto Murayama

Introduction to new resources for the JF Japanese Scheme of Work for Key Stage 2   org

This event will introduce new resources that can be used alongside the Japan Foundation’s Japanese Scheme of Work for Key Stage 2.  This will help give teachers of Japanese everything they need to start teaching primary level Japanese from September.

In this free workshop, primary school teachers at all levels of Japanese proficiency will find out about these new materials and how to use them to inspire their pupils. The resources follow the Japan Foundation Japanese Scheme of Work for Primary Schools, which is packed full of lesson plans, resources and exciting and fun ideas for teaching primary-level Japanese to Year 3 pupils. These teaching materials have been created by the Japan Foundation’s Chief Language Advisor Dr Seiji Fukushima, and have been tested with two classes of Year 3 pupils at Southfield Primary School. Participants will additionally have access to exclusive draft versions of the resources, and Dr Fukushima will give explanations about how he has used them, and how they might be adapted for other primary Japanese classes. The resources themselves include worksheets, plans, activities, games etc.

Dr Seiji Fukushima started his career as a Japanese teacher in Mexico in 1994.  He has also worked at Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies in Uzbekistan (1997-2000), Novosibirsk State University in Russia (2000-2001), the Uzbekistan-Japan Center for Human Development (2003-2006), and the Japan Foundation Budapest in Hungary (2007-2010). He currently works as the Chief Japanese Language Advisor for the Japan Foundation London, and has been trialling the JFL Japanese Scheme of Work for Key Stage 2 with two Year 3 classes at Southfield Primary School near Hammersmith.

You can download samples of the resouces we will be introducing at this seminar below.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY! 

(This booking form uses Google Drive and is subject to Google's Terms & Conditions. Alternatively, you may book a place by downloading and submitting the booking form below)


Date: 1 August 2014 from 2.00pm
Venue:

The Japan Foundation London

Download KS2SOWEvent-Flyer
Download Unit1 (Konnichiwa)
Download 1-Tanabata

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Public Seminar - Freeter, the Japanese Precariat: Youth and Labour Disintegration in Japan   org

In the first of two special talks at the Japan Foundation, David H. Slater (Sophia University), drawing on 25 years of ethnographic research, will explore the tangled relations between patterns of work, representation and politics in Japan. Following the talk Dr Slater will be joined in discussion by Dr Helen Macnaughtan (SOAS, University of London).

Abstract:

The rise of "freeter" on the Japanese scene in the early 1990's is in part the result of a shift in labour patterns among youth, and particularly young men, that had been occurring since economic growth began slowing in the 1970's.  The term initially held the false promise of labour mobility, a certain "freedom" from the constrictions of Japan Inc institutionalized work patterns and the possibility of personal self-realization in diverse social domains. This momentary distraction from the neoliberal fragmentation of social identity lasted for a short period of time, mostly spurred on by a corporatist mass media and opportunistic academics.

Today the structural and policy patterns are familiar to late capitalist society around the world, but the cultural effects are somewhat more crushing. On the one hand, there is a desperate desire to return to the "suffocating embrace" of exploitative life-time employment in full-time work - work that is no long available after 25 years of labour degradation, and which seem to only accelerated with the rise of Abenomics. On the other hand, we also see glimpse of politicization, the rise of precariat-style mobilization here and there. 


Date: 12 August 2014 from 6.30pm
Venue:

The Japan Foundation, London


This event is free to attend but booking is essential. To reserve a place, please e-mail your name and the title of the event you would like to attend to event@jpf.org.uk

 

Image by Lee Chapman

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Public Seminar: The Work of the Visual in Mourning the Dead in Post-Tsunami Japan   org

3.11 was probably the most minutely documented disaster in history. And yet for all of these images, the impulse to archive representations of loss points to another set of images that have themselves gone missing: hundreds of thousands of family photo albums that were washed away by the tsunami.

In this special talk, Dr David H. Slater (Sophia University) addresses the various issues that have been raised therein, including the anxiety and ambivalence surrounding the uncontrolled circulation and handling of other people's photos; issues of obligation and debt to both the living and the dead; the role of the visual in the larger project of the 'work of mourning;' and the problems of politics and representation when these pictures end up in galleries around the world. Joining Dr Slater to discuss these issues will be Dr Dolores Martinez, Emeritus Reader in Anthropology at SOAS, University of London. 


Date: 13 August 2014 from 6.30pm
Venue:

The Japan Foundation, London


This event is free to attend but booking is essential. To reserve a place, please e-mail your name and the title of the event you would like to attend to event@jpf.org.uk

 

Image: Collage by Y. Sasaguchi (2012), photographed by Saori Sasaguchi, Photo Kizuna Project

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2014 Refresher Course for Teachers of Japanese   org

The 2014 Refresher Course for Teachers of Japanese is now open for bookings!

This is a free  intensive language course for teachers who want to improve their Japanese language teaching skills, as well as their own language ability. It is open to non-native speaking teachers of Japanese, as well as teachers and PGCE students who have the chance to offer Japanese in future. 

The theme for the 2014 course is 「学ぼう!教室活動のネタ」- "Tips for class activities." The aim of the course will be to explore various classroom activities and ideas for teaching Japanese, while  at the same time brushing up your own Japanese language ability.

This course will be held at two levels: Intermediate and Advanced. Please note: This year, the Intermediate and Advanced classes will be held simultaneously in two rooms; for this reason, spaces will be limited to 24 participants in the Intermediate class, and 10 in the Advanced class. Additionally, all applicants will be required to complete a brief writing task when they apply, so that we can assign you to the appropriate class level.

Dates: 18 August 2014 - 20 August 2014 (both Intermediate and Advanced will take place on the same day)
Times: 10:30 - 16:00, with a lunch break between 12:45 - 13:45
Venue: The Japan Foundation London
Levels: This course will be held at two levels: Intermediate and Advanced*. Both courses will take place concurrently; you will be assigned to the appropriate level based on your placement test composition. *As the Advanced Group is limited to only 10 participants, some Advanced-level applicants may be assigned to Intermediate.
Open to: All non-native speaking teachers of Japanese, as well as teachers and PGCE students who have the chance to offer Japanese in future. Priority will be given to teachers based at UK schools.
Participation Fee: These courses are free, but participants must cover their own travel, accommodation and lunch costs.
Application Deadline : Monday, August 11th .  As places are limited, we recommend you apply early.
  • Dates: 18 August 2014 - 20 August 2014 (both Intermediate and Advanced will take place on the same day)
  • Times: 10:30 - 16:00, with a lunch break between 12:45 - 13:45
  • Venue: The Japan Foundation London
  • Levels: This course will be held at two levels: Intermediate and Advanced*. Both courses will take place concurrently; you will be assigned to the appropriate level based on your placement test composition. *As the Advanced Group is limited to only 10 participants, some Advanced-level applicants may be assigned to Intermediate.
  • Open to: All non-native speaking teachers of Japanese, as well as teachers and PGCE students who have the chance to offer Japanese in future. Priority will be given to teachers based at UK schools.
  • Participation Fee: These courses are free, but participants must cover their own travel, accommodation and lunch costs.

Feedback from last year's participants:

 

“It was my first Refresher Course and I found it amazing to hear Japanese after a long break...Exactly what I was looking for.”
 – Angela Balaceanu,  Pro Ingenio Private School (Intermediate Course participant)
“Very pleased with the course. The staff were very professional and friendly. The course was quite intensive. I felt that I learnt a great deal in a short time. I hope to attend another course in the future.”
 – Robert Fox, Aston University (Advanced Course participant)

“It was my first Refresher Course and I found it amazing to hear Japanese after a long break...Exactly what I was looking for.” – Angela Balaceanu,  Pro Ingenio Private School (2013 Intermediate Refresher Course participant)

“Very pleased with the course. The staff were very professional and friendly. The course was quite intensive. I felt that I learnt a great deal in a short time. I hope to attend another course in the future.” – Robert Fox, Aston University (2013 Advanced Refresher Course participant)

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY! 

(This booking form uses Google Drive and is subject to Google's Terms & Conditions. Alternatively, you may book a place by downloading and submitting the booking form below)

Application Deadline : Monday, August 11th .  As places are limited, we recommend you apply early.


Date: 18 August 2014 - 20 August 2014 from 10.30am
Venue:

The Japan Foundation, London

Download 2014 Refresher - Flyer and Application Form
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Japanese Film Screenings at the Japan Foundation   org

This summer the Japan Foundation will be hosting a number of special screenings of contemporary Japanese films, from animations, comedy films through to period dramas. For a full details of the films, please click here to download the flyer.

  • Saturday, 9 August, 2pm
    After the Flowers (Dir. Kenji Nakanishi, 2010, 107 mins, English subtitles)
  • Saturday, 9 August, 6:30pm
    Barefoot Gen (Dir. Mori Masaki, 1983, 85mins, English subtitles)
  • Friday, 15 August, 2pm
    Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Battle of the Warring States (Dir. Keiichi Hara, 2002, 95 mins, English subtitles)
  • Friday, 15 August, 6:30pm
    Waterboys (Dir. Shinobu Yaguchi, 2001, 91 min, English subtitles)
  • Saturday, 16 August, 2pm
    Bushido Sixteen (Dir. Tomoyuki Furumaya, 2010, 109 mins, English subtitles)
  • Saturday, 16 August, 6:30pm - FULLY BOOKED (please contact to register for waiting list)
    Jiro Dreams of Sushi (Dir. David Gelb, 2011, 81 mins, English subtitles)
  • Friday, 22 August, 2pm
    Chibi Maruko-chan (Dir. Tsutomu Shibayama, 1990, 94 mins, English subtitles)
  • Friday, 22 August, 6:30pm - FULLY BOOKED (please contact to register for waiting list)
    Hotel Hibiscus (Dir. Yuji Nakae, 2003, 92 min, English subtitles)

Date: 9 August 2014 - 22 August 2014
Venue:

The Japan Foundation, London


Booking:

These screenings are free to attend but booking is essential. To reserve a place, please email your name and the 
screening you would like to attend to event@jpf.org.uk
Places are very limited (limited to 80 people per screening) – so book now to avoid disappointment!
Please note that it is only possible to book a maximum of four screenings per attendee. Any additional bookings 
will be placed on a reserve list. When booking for more than two screenings, please advise which screening you 
would like to prioritise.Booking:

These screenings are free to attend but booking is essential. To reserve a place, please email your name and the screening you would like to attend to event@jpf.org.uk

Places are very limited (limited to 80 people per screening) – so book now to avoid disappointment! Please note that it is only possible to book a maximum of four screenings per attendee. Any additional bookings will be placed on a reserve list. When booking for more than four screenings, please advise which screening you would like to prioritise.

Images: Clockwise from top left: Bushido Sixteen, (c) 2010 "Bushido Sixteen" Production Committee; After the Flowers, (c) Hana no Ato Associates; Chibi Maruko-chan (Movie); Hotel Hibiscus, (c) 1999 OFFICE SHIROUS/BANDAI VISUAL

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Public Seminar: Tracing Colours and Characters in the Work of HARUKI MURAKAMI   org

In this special seminar, Dr Gitte Marianne Hansen (Newcastle University) will explore some of the connections and meanings between colours and characters throughout the work of Haruki Murakami. She will begin by analysing Murakami's latest novel Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, before looking at earlier characters from well-known longer novels such as Norwegian Wood and 1Q84 as well as from short stories such as The Little Green Monster.  

Following the talk, Dr Hansen will be joined in discussion by Dr Sebastian Groes, Senior Lecturer in English Literature, University of Roehampton.


Date: 26 August 2014 from 6.30pm
Venue:

The Japan Foundation, London


Booking:

This event is free to attend but booking is essential. To reserve a place, please e-mail your name and the title of the event you would like to attend to event@jpf.org.uk.

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Stamp Rally @ JF Library - Summer 2014   org

This summer holiday, we're launching a special campaign at the Japan Foundation London Library - a stamp rally, offering some lovely prizes!

Visit the Japan Foundation London Library from 
22 July – 29 August to get your stamp card! Every time you visit the library during these dates, you’ll get a stamp!

Visit the Japan Foundation London Library from 22 July – 29 August to get your stamp card. Every time you visit the library during these dates, you’ll get a stamp!

  • Get 3 stamps = You'll receive a small prize
  • Get 5 stamps = You'll receive a special grand prize!
Library Opening Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 
10:00am – 1:00pm, 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday: 2:00pm – 7:00pm

Library Opening Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 10:00am – 1:00pm, 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday: 2:00pm – 7:00pm

For more information about the Japan Foundation London library, click here.


Date: 22 July 2014 - 29 August 2014
Venue:

The Japan Foundation London Library

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Japanese Taster for Schools (JTS) Programme – September 2014 Training Day for Volunteers   org

The next Volunteer Training Day for our Japanese Taster for Schools (JTS) Programme will take place on Friday, September 12th 2014.

Our regular Training Days at our London office are a great opportunity to meet other volunteers, get teaching ideas, and ask any questions you may have.  We ask our volunteers who live within travelling distance to London to attend at least one Training Day before making a school visit), in order to get a full understanding of the JTS Programme.  Those who are not yet members of JTS but are interested in joining are also welcome to sign up for the training day.  You can read about our last Training Day, held in June 2014, here.

Provisional Timetable: The day will begin with an induction for new attendees at 12:30 (registration starts from 12:15). Those who have been to a JTS Training Day before may attend from 13:00. 

How to apply

To register, please click here to use our online application form.

The registration form uses Google Documents and is subject to Google's standard terms and conditions of use. If you would prefer to register in a different way or have difficulty in accessing the form, please email us at info.language@jpf.org.uk and we will send you a Word/ PDF application form.

If you are not yet a member of JTS, please click here for more information about the programme and to complete a membership application form.

Please note that this is event is free, but prior booking for this event is essential for all attendees. 

For more information about the JTS programme, please click here.

Click here to apply for our September 2014 (London) Training Day


Date: 12 September 2014 from 12.30pm
Venue:

The Japan Foundation, London

Download JTS 09-2014 Training Day Programme
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Japanese Language Proficiency Test December 2014   org

The next Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) will take place on Sunday 7th December 2014. It will be held at SOAS, University of London, and the University of Edinburgh.

  • If you wish to take the test at SOAS in London, please click here to apply via the SOAS website. 
  • If you wish to take the test at the University of Edinburgh, please click here to apply via the University of Edinburgh website. 

Online application will be open from mid August 2014 and the deadline is on Thursday 2nd October 2014, or when the test centre has reached its maximum capacity.

For more information about the JLPT, please click here to visit the official JLPT website.


Date: 2 October 2014
Venue:

SOAS University of London and the University of Edinburgh

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Japan Group Tour Programme for UK Headteachers   org

As part of the Japan Foundation’s Primary Japanese Campaign to support and encourage primary schools teaching Japanese language, we will be giving 20 head teachers the opportunity to take a study trip to Japan at the end of October 2014 on the Japan Group Tour Programme for UK Head Teachers.

The programme will include Japanese cultural experiences to help deepen your understanding of Japan, as well as a visit to a Japanese school to observe the Japanese education system first-hand. It will also provide an excellent opportunity to network with teachers in Japan, as well as with other head teachers in the UK whose schools are enthusiastic about Japanese. The Japan Foundation will cover all travel, accommodation and meal expenses.

To register your interest in the programme click here

Priority will be given to head teachers based at primary schools that are teaching, or planning to teach, Japanese language within the curriculum.

 

Tentative Itinerary (to be confirmed...)
25th Oct (Saturday)
Afternoon: Pre-departure session over lunch at the Japan Foundation London
Evening: Flight to Tokyo
26th Oct (Sunday)
Arrival in Tokyo – No scheduled events so you can rest and avoid jetlag. 
27th Oct (Monday)
- Introductory session at the Japan Foundation Head Office
- Visit Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
28th Oct (Tuesday)
- Visit Elementary School in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- Visiting British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
29th Oct (Wednesday)
- Go to Kyoto via Shin-kansen (Bullet train) 
- Cultural experience (Visiting old shrines and temples)
- Group Dinner at a traditional Japanese restaurant
30th Oct (Thursday)
- Elementary School visit in Kyoto
- Return to Tokyo
31st Oct (Friday)
- Morning: free time
- From 15:00 Wrap-up session at the Japan Foundation
- Farewell reception hosted by the Executive Vice President, Japan Foundation
1st Nov (Saturday)
Flight back to London Heathrow. We will arrive in the afternoon. 

Tentative Itinerary (to be confirmed...)

25th Oct (Saturday)
- 12:00: Pre-departure session over lunch at the Japan Foundation London
- Evening: Flight to Tokyo
26th Oct (Sunday)
- Arrival in Tokyo – No scheduled events so you can rest and avoid jetlag. 
27th Oct (Monday)
- 10:00 Introductory session at the Japan Foundation Head Office
- 14:00 Visit Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
28th Oct (Tuesday)
- 10:00 Visit Elementary School in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
- 14:00 Visit British Chamber of Commerce in Japan
29th Oct (Wednesday)
- 8:30 Go to Kyoto via Shin-kansen (Bullet train) 
- Cultural experience (Visiting old shrines and temples)
- Group Dinner at a traditional Japanese restaurant
30th Oct (Thursday)
- Elementary School visit in Kyoto
- Return to Tokyo in the afternoon
31st Oct (Friday)
- Morning: free time
- 15:00 Wrap-up session at the Japan Foundation
- 18:00 Farewell reception hosted by the Executive Vice President, Japan Foundation
1st Nov (Saturday)
- Flight back to London Heathrow. We will arrive in the afternoon. 


Date: 25 October 2014 - 1 November 2014

Click here to register your interest 

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J-Basic Online for Teachers   org

This online course is for teachers with a basic level of Japanese who would like to build up their language skills. Through the course, you will develop a basic working knowledge of Japanese grammatical structures and build up your confidence and skills in using Japanese effectively in your classroom.  This course is provided by the Japan Foundation Sydney.

Course fee: approx. £75 - £120 (Depending on language level and exchange rate)

Who can sign up?
Any teacher residing in the UK, Australia or New Zealand who has a basic knowledge of Japanese, and can read hiragana and katakana.

What level of Japanese is it suitable for?
Four stages are available. We recommend you take the “level check test” to make sure you choose the best level for you. Stage 1 (the easiest) is suitable for those who know hiragana and katakana.  Stage 4 (the hardest) is about the same level as N5 (old Level 4) of the JLPT.

How does the course work?
Every week a new unit is uploaded. You will work through the unit at your own pace, and then complete your homework by the end of each week. Your homework will be marked and returned to you with helpful advice and comments from our Japanese Language Advisor. 

Feedback from previous participants:

“I have really enjoyed it, the course content is useful as covers all areas of the Japanese language i.e. speaking, listening, reading, writing – lots of writing practice which is a challenge but good practice!”

“I really, really like the Production task, especially as you get some prompt feedback from the Language Advisor. Brilliant!”

Remaining 2014-15 Dates 

  • Session 4: 28 July – 19 September
  • Session 5: 21 September – 14 November
  • Holiday Session: 24 November – 23 January 2015.
Session 1: 3 February – 28 March 2014
Session 2: 31 March – 23 May 2014
Session 3: 26 May – 18 July 2014
Session 4: 21 July – 12 September 2014
Session 5: 15 September– 7 November 2014

Session 6: 24 November 2014 -23 January 2015

 

 For more information and to enrol, please go to http://www.jpf.org.au/jbasic


Date: 3 February 2014 - 23 January 2015
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NOW OPEN! The Japan Webpage Contest for Schools 2014-15   org

The Japan Webpage Contest for Schools will be running again in 2014-15, and is now open for applications!

We know that many schools are teaching Japanese or doing other projects about Japan, and we want to hear more about it.

This contest is open to any UK school that is teaching Japanese or doing any kind of project related to Japan. Your school does not need to be teaching Japanese to enter the contest.

To enter the contest, all you need to do is make a simple webpage about the work that your school is doing with Japanese or Japan. This could be a blog, a wiki, or a page that's part of your school's website.

The tentative schedule for the webpage contest is as follows:

  • Deadline to enter the contest January 12th 2015
  • Short-listed schools announced Mid January 2015 
  • Online public voting February 2015
  • Announcement of contest winners Monday 2nd March 2015
  • Presentation Evening and Award Ceremony March 2015

NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS! For details on how to apply please visit the official Japan Webpage Contest for Schools website at www.japanwebpagecontest.org.uk . It's also full of tips, hints and entries from previous contests.

To subscribe for updates about the contest, please submit a “Register Your Interest” form here. By registering your interest, you will be the first to know about all the updates and latest information about the contest. 


Date: 15 May 2014 - 31 March 2015
Download JWCS14-Flyer2sides(lowres)

This contest is supported by the Association for Language Learning (ALL), the British Council, the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, and the Japan Society.

 

                

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Japanese Studies Seminar in Alsace: Call for Participation!   org

Centre Européen d'Etudes Japonaises d'Alsace (CEEJA) and the Japan Foundation are now accepting applications for participation in Japanese Studies Seminar: Tokyo(東京) scheduled for 22 and 23 September, 2014 at CEEJA, in Kientzheim, France. The official language of the seminar will be JAPANESE.

This seminar aims to encourage networking among young researchers on Japan in Europe and further promote Japanese Studies in Europe.

Participants will join a two-day intensive workshop in the cozy and intimate atmosphere of CEEJA's facility in Kientzheim where they will present and discuss their current research projects with fellow participants and guest mentors from Japan and the USA.

The theme of this year’s seminar will be “Tokyo (東京).”  We are calling for applications from young researchers in Europe specializing in politics, history, sociology, literature, the arts, language, philosophy, economics, architecture, religion, etc. 

The deadline for applications is 30 June, 2014.

 

Please see the attached file 'Japanese Studies Seminar in Alsace' for further details including eligibility and application procedures. 


Date: 22 September 2014 - 23 September 2014
Venue:

Centre Européen d'Etudes Japonaises d'Alsace (CEEJA), Kientzheim, France

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Journal   JPsupported

Journal is an exhibition bringing together international artists who explore both historical events and more gradual social changes in their work. As part of the presentations and live performances taking place at the ICA Galleries and off-site, the exhibition will include Japanese artist Koki Tanaka’s new commission Precarious Tasks #9: 24hrs Gathering, in which Tanaka embarks on a series of events, which he refers to as ‘actions’, over a 24-hour period. 


Date: 25 June 2014 - 7 September 2014
Venue:

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London


For more information, please click here.

Image: painting to the public (open-air), 2012, Collective acts, Billboard. Photography by Takashi Fujikawa; Created with Aoyama Meguro, Tokyo

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Botech Compositions: New Work by Macoto Murayama   JPsupported

For the 2014 Liverpool Biennial, Metal will be exhibiting the work of Macoto Murayama. Based in Tokyo, Murayama spent six months of 2013 living and working at Metal’s space in Southend on Sea, dissecting, recording and rendering in digital form UK indigenous flowers. The resulting works are presented at Metal’s Liverpool base, Edge Hill Station as a series of high definition, animated sequences that reveals the beauty, fragility and architectural structure of flowers. It is the first time that Macoto Murayama’s work has been exhibited in the UK.


Date: 4 July 2014 - 26 October 2014
Venue:

Metal, Edge Hill Station, Liverpool


For more information, please click here.
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