VRIJ 7 SEPT
Hoogtij/TEST Extra: Sukebeningen
19.00 - 23.00 uur
Toegang is gratis
 
In Sukebeningen onderzoeken de makers karakteristieke Japanse erotische kunst door verschillende media te gebruiken. Het culturele verschil tussen het Nederlandse en Japanse concept van erotiek wordt door muziek, dans, geluid, beeldende en geurkunst uitgewerkt. Deze keer werken de makers samen met een grafische stempelkunstenaar om twee nieuwe werken te ontwikkelen.
 
Met: Noriko Koide, Yota Morimoto, Akane Takada, Maki Ueda, Masaaki Oyamada.
 
 
  
FRI 7 SEPT
Hoogtij/TEST Extra: Sukebeningen
19.00 - 23.00 hrs. 
Entrance is free
 
For this session, named Sukebeningenthe makers used several different media to explore characteristic Japanese erotic art. The cultural difference between the Dutch and the Japanese concept of eroticism is portrayed via music, dance, sound, imagery and fragrance art. This time, the makers worked alongside a graphic stamp artist to come up with two new works.
 
 
With: Noriko Koide, Yota Morimoto, Akane Takada, Maki Ueda, Masaaki Oyamada.
 
 
 Het Nutshuis
 Riviervismarkt 5
 2513 AM Den Haag
 
070 345 90 90
                             
  
 
 
 

 


 


[leiden] *SOLD OUT
12th of February
18:00-dinner, 21:00-performance
@ Scheltema Complex (Marktsteeg 1, 2312 CS Leiden)
Entrance: 29.5 euro (including dinner)
reservation till 11th february 12:00

[amsterdam]
20th of March
20:00-
@Steim (Achtergracht 19, 1017 WL Amsterdam)
 
!!! Please do not wear perfume in the performance !!!

intervention (2013)

Maki Ueda (JP/NL)

 

To the traditional geisha, scents were a tool of her trade. During this causal intervention in the lobby, a geisha will entertain your sense of smell, using a variety of such tools and skills. But she is also a member of the Camera Japan audience, so you may well spot her watching a movie, having a drink or making chit-chat. Who knows, if you stick around, she may surprise you too!

CAMERA JAPAN Festival

I used: 
ylang ylang for the flowers on hair, 
agarwood for veil, rose for fur fan, 
sandalwood for the other wooden fan, 
ylang ylang for blue paper flowers I folded for kids, 
and amber for myself.

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PHOTO: HENK JAN KAMERBEEK

 

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PHOTO: HENK JAN KAMERBEEK

 

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PHOTO: HENK JAN KAMERBEEK

 

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PHOTO: HENK JAN KAMERBEEK

 

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Assignment [2]:

Assignment [1]:

The students

(1) researched and found existing examples of “Smell – Life – Technology”. They did not have to be something digital, but had to be something surprising, innovative, and interesting.  

(2) made short presentations using their own blog site: max. 5 min per person.

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(3) made graphical notes on blank papers.

The notes made by me (Maki Ueda):
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The notes made by students:

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Smell, Life and Technology

Maki Ueda

Willem de Kooning Art Academy / Crosslab / Lifestyle and Design 
April 2010

7 April

- Introduction about my self – slide-show of my work
- Discussion – ‘what does smell mean to your life?’
- Brief introduction to smell and technology
- Assignment [1]: Research and find an interesting, existing example of “Smell – Life – Technology”. It does not necessarily use the digital technology, but it should be something surprising, innovative, and interesting.  You can use the internet as resources.

Explain briefly on your blog-site what it is about, and also why you got interested in it.  Make a presentation the next week with using your blog.

Presentation time: 3 to 5 min per person
Language: English (good chance to exercise this for you and me!)