30 June – 22 August
Opening 8 July 5.30-7.30
Kyoto Journal #98 out now – available digitally.
With a large part of the world’s population living in a dislocated space and time-frame, detached from familiar former daily realities but not yet transitioned into an alternative future, this issue of Kyoto Journal explores the Japanese time-space concept of “ma”—a measurement of space or an interval—empty, yet never vacant—replete with potentiality, like the silence that is essential to music, the cognitive space between words and sentences in conversations…
After decades of admiring the musings of Kyoto Journal rambler-at-large Robert Brady, very pleased to illustrate his column in #97. A timely issue focussed on Japan’s Next Generations.. one year into Reiwa, who could have seen 2020 coming.
Like much of print media, KJ has gone digital for moment, but #97 is still available to order in hard copy.