Programme Section 4 Visual and Performing Arts Crossing Borders in the Visual and Performing Arts

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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

 
Opening Session

16:30

Keynote Lecture by Torigoe Bunzô:

文楽の無形遺産宣言について [The Designation of Bunraku as intangible cultural heritage]

17:15 Meet Hirata Oriza (I)
18:00 end of the academic programme

Thursday, September 1, 2005

 
Session 1A (Room I)
Exploring, Expanding, and Crossing Borders Into and Through the Meiji Period: Noh Performer, the First Umewaka Minoru (1828-1909), part I
Panel Chair: Kagaya Shinko
9:00 初梅若実という能役者『梅若実日記』をめぐって [The first Umewaka Minoru: Approaching a Noh performer through his diary] (Hiroko Miura)
9:30 梅若実に見る能楽の日々 [The first Umewaka Minoru and his daily performance practice of Noh] (Yukiko Nakatsuka)
10:00 The first Umewaka Minoru and performances for guests from overseas (Shinko Kagaya)
 
Session 1B (Room II)
9:00 Investigating the influence of Edo-style ghost paintings on Mizuki Shigeru's 'GeGeGe-no-Kitaro' (Zilia Papp)
9:30 Mimicking puppets, parodying melodrama: Ningyôburi as a formalist strategy (Megumi Inoue)
10:00 Kowaka mai: A late medieval bridge between women's kusemai and wakashû kabuki? (Alison Tokita)
10:30 coffee break
 
Session 2A (Room I)
... Noh Performer Umewaka Minoru (1828-1909), part II
Panel Chair: Kagaya Shinko
11:00 初梅若実と実業家たち [The first Umewaka Minoru and the executive set] (Mariko Beppu)
11:30 初梅若実と浅草 [The first Umewaka Minoru and Asakusa] (Keiko Keta)

Paper

12:00

Therapeutic theatre: The intersection of Noh and playback theatre at a Japanese mental clinic (Lorinda Kiyama)

 
Session 2B (Room II)
Creating Celebrity: Kabuki Actors, Artists and Poets
Panel Chair: Drew Gerstle
11:00 'Ready for my close-up' – The development of 'realistic' actor portraits in Edo and Osaka (Tim Clark)
11:30 Capturing performance in print: Ryukôsei Jokei (Akiko Yano)
12:00 Kabuki actors and poetry circles (Drew Gerstle)
12:30 lunch break
 
Session 3A (Room I)
Noh Theatre Facing Modernity
Panel Chairs: Nishino Haruo, Barbara Geilhorn
14:30 宮沢賢治の劇的言語 - 新作能 『永訣の朝』 に見られる前言語感覚 [Dramatic language of Miyazawa Kenji: The modern Nô-drama Eiketsu no Asa] (Hoko Oshikiri)
15:00 Challenging the male domain: Female Nô-performers in present day Japan (Barbara Geilhorn)
15:30 新作能の100年 [Modern Nô dramas - the past 100 years] (Haruo Nishino)
 
Session 3B (Room II)
14:30 The merging of traditional with western techniques in Japanese music (Ury Eppstein)
15:00 The emergence of Japanese women composers: Breaking gender barriers in Japanese composition (Fumiko Honda)
15:30 Modernity and tradition. The reception of the western-style music in Japan and Romania (Veronica Gaspar)
16:00 coffee break
 
Session 4A (Room I)
16:30 Izumi Kyôka and the Nô (Keiko Suzuki)
17:00 Zeami's five classes of singing and genre theory in sarugaku (Thomas Hare)
17:30 Border-crossing and multimedia resources in the study of traditional performing arts (Helen Parker)
 
Session 4B (Room II)
16:30 "Where soft overcomes hard": The search for suppleness in the Japanese arts of movement (Kacem Zoughari )
17:00 Spirituality in Japanese architecture (Christinane Johanssen)
17:30 Building up culture: Culture versus creation in question in a Japanese studio of architecture (Sophie Houdart)
18:00 end of the academic programme

Friday, September 2, 2005

 
Session 5A (Room I)
Performing the Popular
Panel Chair: Gunhild Borggreen
Discussant: Peter Eckersall
9:00 The 'Legend of the White Snake' and its resurrection in Japanese soil (Yue Gigi Hu Tze)
9:30 The dream factory of Takarazuka: Performative production and consumption of 'sweet girly dreams' (Makiko Yamanashi)
10:00 Consumption culture and contemporary art: A work by Yanagi Miwa (Gunhild Borggreen)
 
Session 5B (Room II)
9:00 Representation of Asia in modern Japanese Paintings (Daisuke Nishihara)
9:30 Japanese lacquer wares within the context of gender relations, with particular regard to the medieval era (Antje Papist-Matsuo)
10:00 The response of Maruyama Ôkyo to Titian (Josef Kyburz)
10:30 coffee break
 
Session 6A (Room I)
11:00 Trickle-down Art: Japanese Department Store Museums (Chin-tao Wu)
11:30 世阿弥の能の作品におけるストーリーの超克と〈時〉に対する感覚--近年の宮崎駿のアニメーション作品との共通性 (Michi Shigeta)
12:00 "Such Is the Contrivance of the Cinematograph:" Dur(anim)ation, Modernity, and Edo-period Visual Culture in Tabaimo's Animated Installations (Livia Rodica Monnet-Alcatras)
 
Session 6B (Room II)
11:00 Kôrin's fan painting of kakitsubata and Hôitsu's fan painting of hanayame: a rinpa paradigm of similarity-and-diversity in transformation (Donatella Failla)
11:30 Crossing the boundaries of smell – seeing, touching and understanding incense-related Japanese artworks in Europe (Monika Bincsik)
12:00 The changing face of tea culture in Japan: The influence of plastic bottles and vending machines (Satoko Tachiki)
12:30 lunch break
 
Session 7A (Room I)
14:30 Apocalypse now: Japanese vision of the end of the world (Yoko Ono)
15:00 Avant-garde, pastiche and genre-crossing: Films of Terayama Shuji (Nori Morita)
15:30 Aesthetic values persisting in time (Minna Torniainen)
 
Session 7B (Room II)
14:30 Social networks in the Japanese Way of Tea (Chantal Weber)
15:00 トポスとしての物狂い [Monogurui as a Nô Topos] (Yoji Yamaguchi)
15:30 Script and communication: Japanese visual poetry in the international context (Amrita Joshi)
16:00 coffee break
 
Session 8A (Room I)
16:30 Flexibility and versatility in Japanese performing arts (Katja Centonze)
17:00 The Angura theatre and the creation of a new aesthetics (Cinzia Coden)
17:30 About the emergence of Butoh (Keren Ronen)
 
Session 8B (Room II)
No Borders to Cross: Challenging the Buddhist/Shinto and Sacred/Secular and Other (Alleged) Divides in Artistic Representations of Divinities
Panel Chairs: Cynthea Bogel, Melanie Trede
Discussant: Bernhard Scheid
16:30 Izumi Kyoka– Edo as a city of ghosts (Wakako Taneda)
17:00 Mother or man? Woman or deity? – New identities for Amaterasu and Empress Jingû in modern Japan (Melanie Trede)
17:30 From Feudal Hero to National Icon: The Iconography of Kusunoki Masashige from the 17th Century to 1945 (Maeda Tamaki)
18:00 end of the academic programme

Saturday, September 3, 2005

 
Session 9A (Room I)
Hirata Oriza's Tokyo Notes' International Adventures: Intercultural involution through multi-national, multi-lingual performances
Panel Chair: Jonah Salz
9:00 Tokyo to Yalta, via New York and Victoria: The course of Hirata Oriza's quiet realism (Cody Poulton)
9:30 Hirata Oriza's Tokyo Notes in Melbourne: conflicting expectations for theatrical naturalism (Peter Eckersall)
10:00 Tokyo Notes in Connecticut: Ignorance as creative bliss (Jonah Salz)
10:30 coffee break
 
Session 10
11:00 Meet Hirata Oriza (II)
12:30 end of Section 4

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