Ryoya Fudetani

  • Lighting Designer
  • Japan
    • Theater
    • Others (Social)
  • The Asia Center Fellowship Program
  • Grant Year: Fiscal Year 2015
Duration
March 28, 2016 - May 17, 2016
Country of Activity
Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia

Research and inquiry on educational thinking amidst capitalism and globalization in Asian slums, and the creation of works of performing art

The purpose of this report is to identify differences and commonalities through research, interviews, cohabitation, and workshops conducted in the slums of the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia, and unravel the fundamental structure and problems that slums themselves possess while making a work for the stage. The author discovers the customs, ways of thinking, and educational thought in slum dweller’s lives, in order to deepen the concept, motif, and content of the work, and to find the essence of the work based on experiences and thought in the local environment. The completed work will be performed at the Jakarta Institute for the Arts in the form of a workshop and lecture performance.

Main Cities of Activity
Phillipines: Manila Thailand: Bangkok Indonesia: Jakarta
Host Institution(s) / Individual(s)
JK-Anicoche (Artistic Director, Sipat Lawin Ensemble)
Parichat Jungwiwattanaporn (Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Thammasat University)
Jakarta Institute of Arts
Yola Yufianti (Dancer/Choreographer)
Activity Reports
アジア圏のスラムにおける、資本主義・グローバリゼーションの中での教育的思考についてのリサーチ/考察および舞台作品のクリエイション (1MB)
Research and inqury on educational thinking amidst capitalism and globalization in Asian slums, and the creation of works of performing arts (476KB)

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