Contributed movie reviews and interviews to the old Realtokyo site since 2005, and wrote columns such as “The neighborhood OL sits down on the edge” for the Hobo Nikkan Itoi Shinbun from 1998 to 2008. In 2009, she MCed a talk called “The micro, macro and future of movies” with directors Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Nobuhiro Suwa and Satoshi Miki. Became a writer after working at an airline company, an IT research facility and in the space industry. Currently part of the “Meguriai JAXA” team.
Christine Greiner is Full Professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil. She is the author of the books Readings of the Body in Japan (2015) and Fabulations of the Japanese Body and its Microactivisms (2017), among other articles and books published in Brazil and abroad.
Music critic, producer for the rings label, and director and DJ at dublab.jp, the Japan branch of the LA-based nonprofit online radio station. Interested in matching cities and music in new ways. Author of “Jazz Thing”, a book on “Something called jazz – the sound that jazz has pursued”.
Contemporary Art Curator
Born in 1967 in Tokyo, lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. Moved to Vancouver at her appointed to the Chief curator at Centre A, Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Arts in 2007, and has become independent curator on 2013. Since the late 90s, Hara has curated numerous exhibition, and organized art projects in Asia Pacific Rim, in bridging the two continents with collaborative contemporary art practices. Recent curatorial projects include: Scotia Bank Nuit Blanche, (Toronto, Canada, 2009), AIR YONAGO, Tottori Geijyu Art Festival (Yonago, Japan, 2014-15), Fictive Communities Asia-Koganecho Bazaar (Yokohama, Japan, 2014), 105Chrysanthemum-Cindy Mochizuki Solo exhibition (Wakayama Museum, Ginza, Japan, 2016), Rock Paper Scissors, (Yonago City Museum of Art, Tottori, Japan, 2018) . Hara has appointed to the Advisory on International Exchange Center, Akita University of Arts, since 2017.
Writer/editor, mainly active in the field of Japanese art. Deputy director of Eisei-Bunko Museum. Provides entertaining, easy-to-understand introductions to Japanese art. Publications include, next to many others, Bijutsu de tadoru Nihon no rekishi (3 volumes, Chobunsha), Kyoto de Nihon bijutsu wo miru (Kyoto National Museum Collection) (Shueisha Creative), Kawarikabuto – Sengoku no COOL DESIGN (Shinchosha), as well as the co-authored books SHUNGART and 100% Art Museum – HOKUSAI 100! (both Shogakukan). Was also involved as an editor and writer in Nihon bijutsu zenshu (20 volumes, Shogakukan).
Born 1983 in Tokyo. Next to performing live with his own “Shuta Hasunuma Philharmonic Orchestra” in Japan and abroad, his diverse activities include contributing soundtracks to stage productionsand movies, and producing and creating music that is mainly based on environmental and electronic sounds. In recent years he has been applying the methods of musical composition to various media such as video, sound, sculpture and installation, the results of which he has been showcasing at domestic and international exhibitions and projects. Recent projects include the album “ANTHROPOCENE” (Shuta Hasunuma Philharmonic Orchestra, 2018), and the exhibitions “Compositions” (Pioneer Works, New York, 2018) and “ ~ ing”(Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo, 2018). shutahasunuma.com