Symposium photos Personal Structures "Existence", Tokyo, Japan.

 

April 2, 2008

Setagaya Art Museum

Tokyo,

Japan

 Saburo Ota is the first speaker. Photo shows Ota (r) and Rene Rietmeyer (l)

 Saburo Ota during his presentation

 Rene Rietmeyer, Karlyn De Jongh, and Saburo Ota

 Peter Lodermeyer and a translator during his presentation

 Peter Lodermeyer

 Peter Lodermeyer
 Lunch with sushi under Sakura trees. From left to right: Sanna Marander, Sarah Gold, Joseph Kosuth, Peter Lodermeyer, Rene Rietmeyer, Tomoji Ogawa, Karlyn De Jongh, Akiko, Heartbeat - Sasaki, and Saburo Ota
Artist Sanna Marander

 Toshikatsu Endo presents his ideas on existence

 Toshikatsu Endo

 Toshikatsu Endo

 Rene Rietmeyer with Toshikatsu Endo

 Tomoji Ogawa discusses his work

 Tomoji Ogawa

 Last speaker of the first day is Biennale artist Masao Okabe. Photo: Sarah Gold, Karlyn De Jongh, Masao Okabe and assistant

 Masao Okabe and assistant

 April 3, 2008: Karlyn De Jongh opens the second day of the symposium

 First speaker is Yuko Sakurai

 Yuko Sakurai talks about existence

 Rene Rietmeyer on co-existence

  Rene Rietmeyer addresses his audience

Rene Rietmeyer with curators Sarah Gold and Karlyn De Jongh

 Lunch break in the park of the Setagaya Art Museum

Joseph Kosuth about existence. Photo: Karlyn De Jongh, Sarah Gold, and the artist

  From left to right: Rene Rietmeyer, Karlyn De Jongh, Sarah Gold, Joseph Kosuth, and Yuko Sakurai
 Joseph Kosuth
 Joseph Kosuth
 Joseph Kosuth
 Joseph Kosuth
 Heartbeat - Sasaki concludes the symposium with a performance
 The heartbeat of Peter Lodermeyer after 6 minutes
After 30 minutes
 33 minutes
  42 minutes


 
 
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