Hands Off! How Japan Forgets, Remembers, And Censors Itself

Nippon Culture   º 

A lecture by Mio OKIDO

Freedom of expression is guaranteed by the constitution of Japan. However, time and again, socially critical topics are censored. Japanese artist Mio OKIDO, who lives in Berlin, critically engages with colonial history and memory culture in Germany and Japan in her art projects. She will provide insights into her work and inspire you to think about freedom, self-censorship, and responsibility.



Sun., June 02, 2024, 17:30

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Mousonturm Studio 1

Free entrance

Duration: approx. 1.5 h

Lecture in German