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In Conversation with Shiro Takatani

Shiro Takatani (Japan)

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  • 25 May
    Sat, 2pm
  • Living Room, Festival House
  • 1h 30m, no intermission

  • Conducted in Japanese with English interpretation.


  • Free

    Patrons are advised to be seated 15 minutes before the programme begins. Unclaimed seats may be given away to walk-in patrons.

 
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In Conversation with Shiro Takatani

Shiro Takatani (Japan)

From installation, exhibitions to performance, Japanese artist Shiro Takatani is known for his use of multimedia to create multidisciplinary, visually-arresting works. One of the founders of experimental Japanese art collective Dumb Type, Takatani also works as a solo artist. Takatani’s evolution as an artist has also seen him collaborate with cutting-edge musicians like Ryuichi Sakamoto and Rei Harakami.

Join Takatani in this conversation about his artistic influences, his views on the use of multimedia in his artistic creations, and his collaborations with diverse artists.

Moderated by Akiko Takeshita, Producer of Performing Arts + technology, Yamaguchi Centre for Arts and Media [YCAM].

Don't miss ST/LL by Shiro Takatani, Dumb Type (Japan) taking place on 24 & 25 May, Fri & Sat at Esplanade Theatre.


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