The first videos of documentation from our conference SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM Tokyo, a collaboration with the Graduate School of Global Arts (GA) at Tokyo University of the Arts, are online now.
We'll be sharing the documentation from this conference over the coming weeks, uploading one or two panels at a time. The first presentations that are available to watch on Vimeo now are;
- The Welcome session by the Conference Team: Cathy Lane, Tomoko Hojo & Yoshitaka Mori
- The Introductory panel by the SGFA & CRiSAP researchers: Cathy Lane, Holly Ingleton, Irene Revell, Louise Gray (Louise Marshall), Tomoko Hojo & Syma Tariq.
Watch the videos in our Vimeo Collection here:
SGFA 2019 Tokyo was a research event investigating the context of sound in all its various creative and theoretical forms, gender and activism. For the fourth installment of this regular SGFA forum took place at Tokyo University of the Arts. Our aim was to share research, establishing and extending our pre-existing network of researchers and practitioners working in these areas with those working in Japan and beyond.
The conference included the following panels, the documentation of which will be uploaded in the coming weeks:
- Contemporary Art Practices
- Silence, Voice & Representation
- Collecting, Archiving & Networks
- The Activist & Confrontational Voice
- Japanese Culture
- Queer Identities on Screen
- Urban Activism & Domestic Spaces
- Voice & Language
The conference also included workshops, a round table discussion and a performance evening - documentation of these will also be uploaded soon.
Photographs of Mieko Shiomi's a 'Spatial Poem' and Catherine Clover's 'Sound walk in Ueno Park' can be found on the conference web page here.