7th International Workshop Mutual Images

Los días 3 y 4 de junio, el grupo de investigación dx5 organiza, en colaboración con Mutual Images Research Association, la 7ª edición del workshop internacional Mutual Images, que este año lleva por título «Painting East: Artistic Relations Between Japan and the World [Artists, Aesthetics, Artworks]» . El Workshop Internacional Mutual Images es un punto de encuentro para investigadores especializados en la mutua influencia entre Japón y Europa, desde el punto de vista de los artistas, sus obras y diferentes estilos. Las ponencias están abiertas a todas las épocas y medios artísticos (bellas artes, cine, fotografía, diseño gráfico, manga, anime, moda, etc).

Dirigido por José Andrés Santiago (Universidade de Vigo), este simposio tendrá lugar en el histórico edificio de Casa das Campás, sede del Vicerrectorado del Campus de Pontevedra, y situado en el corazón del casco antiguo de la ciudad. Las conferencias se impartirán exclusivamente en inglés y la asistencia es gratuita hasta completar aforo.

Todo la información del workshop está disponible en la web de Mutual Images: https://www.mutualimages.org/events

PROGRAMA/ SCHEDULE:

MONDAY / LUNES (03.06.2019)

9.30 OPENING AND WELCOME REMARKS

ARTS & AESTHETICS UNTIL THE 19TH CENTURY

10.00 ALEJANDRO M. SANZ GUILLÉN

Zaragoza University

The perception of Japan in seventeenth century Europe: illustrated books and the construction of an image

10.30 ELETTRA GORNI

Independent scholar and artist

Representation methods between Europe and Japan: exchanges and experimentations crossing Japanese xylography (mokuhanga) during XVIII and XIX century

11.00 MARIKO HIRABAYASHI

University of York

Albert Moore and ukiyo-e: aesthetic Japonism in Britain in the late 19th century

11.30 PANEL DISCUSSION

CHAIR Dr. José Andrés Santiago Iglesias (dx5 - digital & graphic art_research)

12.00 COFFEE BREAK

ARTS & AESTHETICS 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES

12.30 JAMI WATSON

University of Minnesota

Writings of Contemporary Japonisme

13.00 DAMASO FERREIRO

Hiroshima University

Painting the west in the 20th century Japanese modern literature: Akutagawa’s attitude towards the modernization of Japan seen through the works of Gauguin and Renoir

13.30 LUNCH BREAK

16.00 LORETO LARRAÑAGA ABAJAS

NaArt – Nature-Garden & Landscape Research Institute

Nature as Art, a space of memory (the Japanese garden: poetic chance and spatial reason. Its imprint on Visual Arts since 20th century)

16.25 LAURA MESA LIMA

Higher School of Art and Design Fernando Estévez

From archipelago to archipelago. The Japan that draws in the Canary Islands

16.50 PANEL DISCUSSION

CHAIR Dr. Ana Soler Baena (Director of dx5 - digital & graphic art_research)

17.10 COFFEE BREAK

PHOTOGRAPHY

17.30 ANA TRUJILLO DENNIS

Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Madrid)

Advancing Japan. Photomontage as propaganda in the context of Japan’s diplomacy in the 1930s

17.55 EMILY COLE

University of Oregon, History Department University of Tokyo (visiting researcher)

Photographic encounters during the Allied occupation of Japan

18.20 ANTÓNIO JOÃO SARAIVA

CEMRI- Universidade Aberta, Lisboa

Pine journey

18.45 PANEL DISCUSSION

CHAIR Dr. Aurore Yamagata-Montoya (President of Mutual Images Research Association)

TUESDAY/ MARTES (04.06.2019)

POPULAR CULTURE

10.00 OSCAR GARCÍA ARANDA

Pompeu Fabra University

Representations of Europe in Japanese anime: an overview of study cases and theoretical frameworks

10.30 KARIM EL MUFTI

Political Science Institute (Sciences-Po Beirut)Saint-Joseph University (USJ)

Influence and success of the Japanese Grendizer in the Arab World, mirror of violence and expectations for generations of Arabs

11.00 JOSÉ ANDRÉS SANTIAGO IGLESIAS

University of Vigo

Manga à la mode. Exploring Lastman from a mangaesque perspective

11.30 COFFEE BREAK

12.00 LINET HEREDIA OTERO

University of Vigo

[ A E S T H E T I C ] Iconography: Appropriation of Japanese pop culture images through Vaporwave music

12.30 PANEL DISCUSSION

CHAIR Dr. José Andrés Santiago Iglesias (dx5 - digital & graphic art_research)

13.00 LUNCH BREAK

DESING & FASHION

16.00 TERESA PÉREZ CONTRERAS

University of Granada

Japanese graphic design: cultural identity in a global world

16.30 TATIANA LAMEIRO GONZALEZ / LINET HEREDIA OTERO

University of Vigo

Bilateral influences in Graphic Design between Japan and The West: Shigeo Fukuda, a case study

17.00 COFFEE BREAK

17.30 IRIA ROS PIÑEIRO

University of Valencia

Undressing Japonism: the true dresses of European and Japanese fashion

18.00 SARA MARTÍNEZ PÉREZ

University of Vigo

Mutual Influences between Japan and Europe across fashion. Pattern design making as constructive thinking

18.30 PANEL DISCUSSION & CLOSING REMARKS

CHAIR Dr. Román Padín Otero (Fine Arts Faculty, University of Vigo)


JOINT ORGANISING

University of Vigo: Grupo de Investigación dx5 - digital & graphic art_reserach https://www.grupodx5.es

Mutual Images Research Association https://www.mutualimages.org/


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