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川瀬 慈 Itsushi Kawase

Saturday, June 12, from 2:00 p.m

We invite the visual anthropologist 川瀬 慈 Itsushi Kawase to talk about his fieldwork in Ethiopia, where he conducted his research, and his recent writing activities.

Diggin where I’m standing, Rewilding, Wax & Gold, Agency, Song as a medium, Dialogue, Madness, Music as a medium, Jamming.



Recomended watching.


Room 11, Ethiopia Hotel (日本語字幕版)

イサクとの会話 (日本語字幕版)


Related links.


川瀬 慈 Itsushi Kawase
Homepage with films, and information about Itsushi Kawase.

YouTube Channel
Itsushi Kawase YouTube channel with many more films from around the world.

ENSHA
Coffee, Books and Gallery.

Bookstore B&B: 川瀬慈『私の中の野生』
映像人類学者の川瀬慈さんによる、自らの野生を掘り下げる歩行と思考の記録。

今を生きる人々と育む地域芸能の未来
沖縄には豊かな芸能と、それを支える文化を育んできた歴史があります。

SoundImageCulture
SIC believes in the richness that arises from breaking the boundaries between genres: art/cinema, fiction/documentary, poetry/essay.

Anthro-film Laboratory
Anthro-film Laboratoryは、文化人類学、映画、アートが交叉する実践のなかで、言語に依拠するだけでは伝達されえない知や経験の領域を探求し、人文学における新たな知の創造と語りの新地平を切り開くことを目指します。

TRAJECTORIA
At the busy juncture of Visual Anthropology, Museums and Art, where the paths of the editors-in-chief have crossed, TRAJECTORIA seeks to stretch the boundaries and expand the limitations of scholarship in visual practice and representation.

Jamming at 縁舎/Ensha, Maki Nakano and Masumi Takeno