Kyushu University Academic Staff Educational and Research Activities Database
List of Reports
Gabrielle Decamous Last modified date:2020.01.28

Associate Professor / Faculty of Languages and Cultures / Department of Multicultural Society / Faculty of Languages and Cultures


Reports
1. Decamous, "“Insignificant” Lives and the Power of the Arts after Fukushima", Afterimage, University of California Press, 10.1525/aft.2019.463003, Vol. 46, N. 3,, 2019.09, [URL], From October 6, 2018, to January 20, 2019, the exhibition Catastrophe and the Power of Art was on view at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. The exhibition, curated by Kondo Kenichi, was notable for the choice of topic and the display of relevant pieces created by international artists. Moreover, it coincided with the fifteenth anniversary of the museum. Museum director Nanjo Fumio explained that while the tenth anniversary was dedicated to universal themes such as “happiness” and “love,” catastrophe became central for the fifteenth anniversary “given the disasters and tragedies that seem to be a constant presence today.”.
2. Decamous, "When Art and Science Collide: Arts at CERN", "Afterimage, The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism," University of California Press, 10.1525/aft.2016.44.3.6, Vol. 44 N.3, 2016.04, [URL].
3. Gabrielle Decamous, "From the Technological to the Poetical: the 16th Japan Media Arts Festival", "Afterimage,The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism," University of California Press, 10.1525/aft.2013.40.6.6, Vol. 40 No. 6, 2013.04, [URL].