Jane Jin Kaisen ジェーン・ジン・カイスン
Professor at the School of Media Arts at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
Jane Jin Kaisen (born 1980 in Jeju Island, South Korea) is a visual artist living in Copenhagen. Working with video installation, experimental film, photographic installation, performance, and text, Kaisen’s artistic practice is informed by extensive interdisciplinary research and engagement with diverse communities. She is known for her visually striking, multilayered, performative, poetic, and multi-voiced feminist works through which past and present are brought into relation. Engaging topics such as memory, migration, borders, and translation, she activates the field where subjective experience and embodied knowledge intersect with larger political histories. Her works negotiate and mediate the means of representation, resistance and reconciliation, thus forming alternative genealogies and sites of collective emergence.
Head of the Master of Contemporary Arts program at the Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne メルボルン大学ビクトリアン美術大学現代美術修士課程主任教授
Born 1974, Hartford, US. Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.
Kate Just works across sculpture, installation, neon, textiles and photography but is best known for her inventive and political use of knitting. She often works collaboratively within communities to create large-scale public art projects that tackle significant social issues including sexual harassment and violence against women. Just has exhibited extensively across Australia and internationally, and has undertaken artistic residencies in New York, Vienna, Beijing, Tokyo, Barcelona and New Delhi. She holds a PhD in Sculpture and is Head of the Master of Contemporary Arts program at the Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne
Visual artist and art historian. Lectures on feminism and art at the University of Tokyo
アーティスト 美術史研究者 東京大学教養学部非常勤講師
Shimada Yoshiko: (1959, Tokyo, Japan) is a visual artist and art historian. She graduated from Scripps College in 1982. She received Ph.D from Kingston University, London in 2015.
She explores the themes of cultural memory and the role of women in the Asia-Pacific War, as both aggressors and victims. She uses printmaking, video, performance, research and archiving for her expression. She is also an art historian and archivist. Her research interests include art and politics in the post-war Japan, alternative art education, and feminism. Her art was on display recently at The Aichi Triennale (2019), “Beyond Hiroshima” at Tel Aviv University Art Gallery (2015). Her recent publications include 'Matsuzawa Yutaka and Spirituality in Suwa' (Conceptualism and Materiality,Brill, 2019), and 'Undercurrents in art and politics in Japan: Gendaishicho-sha Bigakko' (in The Red Years:Theory, Politics, and Aesthetics in the Japanese ’68, Verso, projected to be published in fall 2020).
She gave lectures at University of British Columbia, Monash University, UCLA, Copenhagen University, and Kingston University in the past. She currently lectures on feminism and art at the University of Tokyo. She lives in Chiba, Japan. www.otafinearts.com
Rebecca JENNISON レベッカ・ジェニスン
Professor Emerita, Kyoto Seika University
Rebecca Jennison (Professor Emerita, Kyoto Seika University) has collaborated with feminist scholars and artists in Japan for several decades. She has published essays on Shimada Yoshiko, Yamashiro Chikako, Soni Kum and Tomiyama Taeko in nParadoxa, Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, as well as in anthologies such as Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times (Palgrave, 2017), Still Hear the Wound: Toward an Asia, Politics and Art to Come (Cornell East Asia Series, 2015) and Imagination without Borders: Feminist Artist Tomiyama Taeko and Social Responsibility (Center for Japanese Studies, The University of Michigan, 2010)
HAGIWARA Hiroko 萩原弘子
Emeritus Professor, Osaka Prefectural University (Art theory, Immigrant culture)
“Recollections as a Constant Observer from Another Fallen Empire,” in Mirror Reflecting Darkly (Goldsmiths Press, 2021); “Burnt Dress Left for the Future —Ishiuchi Miyako’s Photographs, ひろしま／hiroshima (2007-present),” in Capture Japan —Visual Culture and the Global Imagination from 1952 to the Present, edited by Marco Bohr (Bloomsbury Academic, 2021)
Multiple women's labor and poverty networks and NGOs, and is currently focusing on writing大阪大学大学院で哲学を学び、シモーヌ・ヴェイユを研究。その後、非常勤職や派遣社員などのかたわら、女性の貧困問題や労働問題を中心に新聞・雑誌等で発言。
Kurita studied philosophy at Osaka University Graduate School, and studied Simone Veil. After leaving the graduate school, she worked as a part-timer and a temporary staff, while writing in newspapers and magazines focusing on women's poverty and labor issues.
Since 2007, she has published 3 issues of a magazine "Freeters' Free" as a member of the editorial board. Since then, she has been involved in multiple women's labor and poverty networks and NGOs, and is currently focusing on writing.
Chelsea Szendi Shieder チェルシー·センディ·シーダー
Associate Professor of Faculty of Economics, Aoyama gakuin University
She is a historian of contemporary Japan, focusing on social movements and gendered politics - turning toward understanding how these intersect with labor movements and ecological concerns in the energy sector (1950-1980). She earned her Ph.D. in East Asian Languages and Cultures and History at Columbia University in 2014. She writes about protest, women, violence, and Japan for academic and general audiences.
She is Associate Professor of Faculty of Economics, Aoyama gakuin University.
MARUYAMA Mika. 丸山美佳
Writer, curator, doctoral student at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Based in Vienna and Tokyo, Mika Maruyama is a writer, curator and researcher whose theoretical work deals with the intersections of queer and feminist theory, and the convergence of media culture and the politics of the body. She holds a master’s degree in philosophy from Yokohama National University, Japan, and she is currently a doctoral student at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Her reviews and articles have appeared in art magazines and artist books, including Flash Art, Camera Austria, BijutsuTecho and artscape. In 2018, she started “Multiple Spirits”, a bilingual queer feminist art zine (EN/JP) with artist Mai Endo.