Woodland Habitats Forum – Takashi Kuribayashi in conversation with Bob Brown
Join us in conversation with an esteemed Japanese artist Takashi Kuribayashi and renowned environmentalist Bob Brown as part of the Mutable Ecologies public program series Woodland Habitats.
The program will commence with a 30-minute artistic presentation for Kuribayashi and an introduction from Brown followed by a reflection and joint discussion on concepts related to thresholds Kuribayashi's statement:
"The truth resides in places that are invisible. Once you are aware that there is a different world out of sight, you will be living in a different way."
Dr Yuki Matsuoka, Head of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) Office in Japan, will provide introductory remarks, "Interconnections and the all-of-society engagement enshrined by the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction". October 13 is the International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction and marks the start of a series of activities and global events over the remainder of 2021.
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The Woodland Habitats series is presented by Asialink Arts and RMIT University, supported by CAST Research Group, RMIT University and the Australian Government through the Australia-Japan Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
'Mutable Ecologies' Project Partners: Asialink Arts, Musashino Art University, NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC].
Banner image: Takashi Kuribayashi, GENKI-RO / No.0, Toyama, Japan, 2020. Photo by Rai Shizuno.