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Cultural Translations 1

1 Day International Symposium which sets out to investigate the creative transformations that arise out of the mapping of different cultural formations onto and into one another

Cultural Translations 1 is a One Day International Symposium being held at Southampton Institute on Tuesday 19th Oct. The symposium coincides with an exhibition entitled 'Counter-Photography - Japan's Artists Today'currently showing at the Millais Gallery, Southampton. The purpose of the symposium and project is to bring together individuals from multiple disciplines and viewpoints who share an interest in cultural translations and the creative transformations that arise out of the mapping of different cultural formations onto and into one another. It features some highly acclaimed international speakers including Prof Sarat Maharaj (co-curator of Documenta 11 and opening speaker at Sao Paolo Biennial 2004) Yuri Mitsuda (Shoto Museum Art Tokyo), Dolores Martinez (SOAS), Catherine Atherton (Oxford Brookes University), Joy Hendry (Oxford Brookes University) and others. Further details of the event are on www.solent.ac.uk/culturaltranslations.


Prof Sarat Maharaj | talks | www
Prof Joy Hendry | talks
Catherine Atherton | talks
Yuri Mitsuda | talks
Jonathan Watkins | talks


Date and Time:

19 October 2004 at 10:00 am


Full Day



Southampton Institute
East Park Terrace
SO14 0RF
023 8059 8405
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Organised by:

John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton
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Full delegates £80 Students & Concessions £20

Available from:

or see www.solent.ac.uk/culturaltranslations

Additional Information:

Kindly supported by The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation and the Japan Foundation

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