Mayu’s Projects Links

Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens

Theatre work about Yasukichi Murakami, and Mayu Kanamori’s search for his missing photographs.

Live Photography

Experimental performances with simultaneous photo shoot and projection.

From Our School House 

Site-specific installation memory work in the Old Birrego School House. As a result of Cad Factory’s rural arts residency in collaboration with Vic McEwan.

In Repose

Site-specific multi arts work involving photographic and sound installation and performances in Japanese cemeteries in regional Australia. In collaboration with Wakako Asano, Satsuki Odamura and Vic McEwan.

Chika

A documentary performance and radio documentary about the life of Chika Honda, who was wrongly incarcerated in Melbourne for a decade for a crime she did not commit.

The Heart of the Journey

A performative slide show and radio documentary about Lucy Dann, an Indigenous woman who found out in her adult life that her biological father was Japanese.

Sugao no Australia

A photographic exhibition of subcultures in Australia.

Unseen Faces of Japan

A photographic exhibition of subcultures in Japan.

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ライブ・フォトグラフィー

写真撮影の同時プロジェクションで創る実験パフォーマンス

From Our School House

古い校舎でのアーチストレジデンシーにて創られたサイト・スペシフィック、メモリーインスタレーション。 ヴィック・マキュワンとのコラボレーション

イン・リポーズ

オーストラリアで命を落とした日本人の魂を供養、墓地を見守ってきた地域の人々に感謝の意を伝えるサイト・スペシフィックマルチアート作品。浅野和歌子、小田村さつき、ヴィック・マキュワンとのコラボレーション

チカ

メルボルン事件の当事者本田千香さんの物語を写真、インタビュー、記録ビデオ、オリジナル音楽、舞踏によって構成された多層アートで表現するドキュメンタリーパフォーマンス

ハート・オブ・ジャーニー

アボリジニ女性の父親探しの旅を描いたスライド&サウンド・ドキュメンタリー

素顔のオーストラリア

オーストラリアのマイノリティーを題材としたモノクロ写真展

Unseen Faces of Japan

日本のマイノリティーを題材とした写真展

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2 thoughts on “Mayu’s Projects Links

  1. MAYU SAN
    I heard your CHIKA piece on the ABC, I think, a while back. I had some court interpreting and I read up on the Melbourne Incident. I looked like an example of worst practice. However, your performance gave a sense of presence, immediacy and humanity to the people who had experienced the injustice. Congratulations on the great piece of work. Meredith Box, Canberra

    1. Hi Meredith

      Thank you for your kind words. I think / hope that the Melbourne Incident, although tragic in itself, has had a function to shed some light for present day court interpreting procedures for the better. Thank you, Meredith for being part of making our world a better place for everyone.

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