Monthly Archives: January 2009
Paul sends me word that there’s one week left to apply for the “UK-Japan 2008 Collaborative Project Grant.” Find out more here.
Mekas posts a very long interview with magazine editor/photographer Yasumasa Yonehara.
My weekly Tokyo post for MoCo Loco is up, this time covering Shunsuke Terada’s Oblique vase (above), Jin Kuramoto’s Lilliput series, and Satoshi Nakagawa’s Handy Birdy Minny ballpoint pen.
James Patterson shares his time between the US and Japan — he’s a PauseTalker too — and the latest project he’s worked on is an iPhone version of WordPop — here’s a direct link to the iTunes App Store. The … Continue reading
Interesting idea: Norihiko Terayama‘s “Claska 701 Someone’s Atelier” installation is actually set up in one of the hotel’s rooms (701, of course). Even better, you can stay in the room. Spoon & Tamaga posts more details and photos.
In case you missed last night’s airing on NHK of the show featuring Ryue Nishizawa and Bakusho Mondai, it will be rerun February 2 at 15:15, and February 3 at 8:30 (on BS2). The page for the show also now … Continue reading