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Exhibition: 23 Apr 2015 – 1 Jun 2015

View more info on Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Keita Miyazaki, a young Japanese artist, works on creating sculpture series and installations which evoke a sense of the post-apocalyptic. He is an artist exploring the supposedly polar notions of orderliness and fantasy. His installations select materials for their capacity to suggest ambiguity: traditional like metal, light and fragile like paper, invisible like sound. These juxtaposing techniques avoid concrete description, instead suspending forms in a state of uncertainty.

Private view: 23 April 2015

View more info on Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Post-Apocalypse by Keita Miyazaki

Keita Miyazaki, a young Japanese artist, works on creating sculpture series and installations which evoke a sense of the post-apocalyptic. He is an artist exploring the supposedly polar notions of orderliness and fantasy. His installations select materials for their capacity to suggest ambiguity: traditional like metal, light and fragile like paper, invisible like sound. These juxtaposing techniques avoid concrete description, instead suspending forms in a state of uncertainty.

Lecture: 28 April 2015

View more info on Japan’s Long Economic Stagnation

Japan’s Long Economic Stagnation

The Japanese economy came out of its latest recession in the last quarter of 2014, but expectations of higher growth have been somewhat dampened. This recession is the sixth that Japan has experienced since 1997, and the past twenty or so years of tepid economic growth have been characterised as Japan’s “Lost Decades”.

Special event: 5 May 2015

View more info on Lisa Ueda: Children’s Day Recital

Lisa Ueda: Children’s Day Recital

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation will host a charity recital by Ms Lisa Ueda in aid of the children of Fukushima, who are still been suffering from the effects of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami disasters. The 5th of May is Kodomo no hi (Children’s Day) in Japan.