Through an exploration of Yamada's work and practice, the artist Kenji Yamada and curator Jason Waite will discuss the future of our relationship with images and information in the post-Snowden era and the evolution of publicness in the field of social innovation.
Jason Waite, co-curator of the Don't Follow the Wind exhibition held in the radioactive uninhabited exclusion zone of Fukushima, will also discuss how a project of deterritorialising communities and culture is effected at the intersection of contamination and capital.
This talk is being held in the context of Kenji Yamada's new exhibition Smurfed Remain, on show from 25 to 29 July 2016 at the Morgue Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts.
The Talk will be held in the Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip Street, London, SW1P 4JU.
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