Recent posts on Machiya
Machiya are the traditional wooden houses of Japan. Often more than hundred years old. You can see them still a lot in old city areas like in Kyoto – but they’re slowly disappearing, as people prefer the comfort of modern housing.
Below I got a booklet from Japan about my Art-In-Residence – it’s interesting to see the Japanese perspective on it. But first: This evening I’ll give a presentation about my Japan Art in Residence at the Mediamatic in Amsterdam. The event is called Ignite 28 and features 12 speakers with each 5 minutes of time. … Continue reading Kyo-Machiya Booklet – and Ignite Speech Today →
The Machiya-Art in Residence is going full power! We’re working on the exhibition now. Everyone is welcome to join our exhibition next week (22nd and 23rd November). We’ll also give a talk on the 23rd beginning at 14:00 o’clock. Japanese detailed info following. If anyone needs more info in English – please contact me. Until … Continue reading Kyoto Exhibition Details →