Parcours - Salon 3.11

Late Night Lecture Performance with Kyoichi Tsuzuki


English / 

Kyoichi Tsuzuki is an internationally recognised photographer and journalist, who tracks down the chasms in the everyday lives of his countrymen with the cool eye of an ethnologist, but also with obsessive energy. His objects of interest include the homes of fetishistic fashion victims, who hoard and pile up innumerable copies of the same piece of clothing; love hotels and sex museums located on lonely country roads and at the periphery of big cities; or bored youth in the provinces who use their parents' cars to put on nightly honking concerts over great distances without ever even seeing each other. In an extremely entertaining slide show lecture, Kyoichi Tsuzuki pursues the thesis that it is here that the hidden face of Japan can be seen, and not in the domain of presumably good taste or in the products of the globalised art market.
Part of "Japan Syndrome - Art and Politics after Fukushima"


  • Past
    Thu 29.5.2014, 22:00 / HAU1


Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

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