Living Otherwise: Perspectives on Time, Space and Sense-Making from Okinawa

7/1/2024; 67 minutes

In this program presented by UC San Diego Library and UC San Diego History Department, hear and see the work of artists and scholars from Okinawa and Tokyo. The discussion centers around themes of nation, indigeneity, gender and militarism, with the end goal of proposing new ways of "living otherwise," together through the power of art. Featured artists are Mayumo Inoue, associate professor of comparative literature at Hitotsubashi University,
Kaori Nakasone, photographer based in Tokyo and Okinawa, and
Satoko Nema, artist and adjunct instructor at the Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts.

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