TOKYO 911 TALES
“School of Care”, a project by Yurie Nagashima, a photographer whom we featured in Garden Thoughts in Subsequence, is currently ongoing until 18 March at Minatomachi Art Table, Nagoya (MAT, Nagoya), an art program based in the area around the Port of Nagoya.
Nagashima will be residing on the 3rd floor of the Minatomachi POTLUCK BUILDING, the venue for the project, which she has transformed into her studio, which will be open for visitors. Throughout the event, there will be a number of talk events and performances where she will be inviting various guests. Chief editor of Subsequence Kosuke Ide will be participating for a talk over tea alongside a shelf containing a selection of old manga that he personally curated.
Through manga, a form of media that anyone can easily pick up, we can meet with things we never knew existed, engage with a different time period to now, and be reminded that we can learn so much by being open to what the unexpected brings. The Encounter Comic Book Club (ECBC) will be held on Saturday 25 February where guests can enjoy tea and conversation alongside some manga.
Yurie Nagashima: School of Care Event
Talks Over Tea with Yurie Nagashima and Kosuke Ide: Encounter Comic Book Club (ECBC)
Date: Saturday 25 February 2023 19:00–20:30
Venue: Minatomachi POTLUCK BUILDING (1-19-23 Meiko, Minato-ku, Nagoya, Aichi)
*Booking is essential