Speaker: Hideaki SHIBATA (Yodogawa Technique)
Date: Tuesday 16th August, 2016 6pm – 8pm
Venue: The Japan Foundation Cairo Office Library
Language: Japanese with Arabic interpretation
Mr. Hideaki SHIBATA (Yodogawa Technique) will participate in the “From Rags to Riches” project organized by Baad El Bahr for Cultural Development. After personal exchanges and discussion between Yodogawa Technique and the artists who participate in the project, Mr. Shibata will find ways to collaborate with them.
In the Talk Event,he will discuss about the role of art in the protection of the environment and his Art Unit, Yodogawa Technique’s works and efforts so far.
Mr. Hideaki SHIBATA’s Profile:
He was born in 1976 in Okayama Prefecture, and lives in Tottori Pref.
After his graduation from Osaka Bunka Fashion College, , in 2003 he started the Art unit “Yodogawa Technique” with Kazuya MATSUNAGA in 2003 based on the Yodo-gawa riverbank in Osaka. The two artists make their art works out of garbage. He has also been working on various activities as an individual artist such as projecting exhibitions and workshops.
He is also a lecturer at Kyoto University of Art and Design, a mountain hiker and a mushroom connoisseur.
This talk is where I want to be next week. I understand that it is free, and I want to go and learn as much as I can. I will try to absorb everything that I possibly can. It really feels like I am going to have to go and make something happen, and it will take all of the life that is within me right now. I wish to be a better person than what I currently am right now.
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