Chinese Anarchism Then and Now - Recollections of a Hundred Years Ago: Free Association Across Boundaries - Art as a Trial Performance of the Future: The Possibility of a New Asian Internationalism?

Date: Sunday, June 16, 2024
Time: 15:00-17:00
Venue: art space tetra
Address: 2-15 Susaki, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture

Ife (Artist from Southern China, involved in self-publishing and self-organizing practice)

Sasaki Gentaro (Chinese contemporary art research)

中国アナキズムの今昔 - 百年前の回想:境界を越えた自由連合 - 未来の試演としての芸術:新たなアジア・インターナショナリズムの可能性?

Black Limestone is a semi-fictional zine on the history of anarchism in East/Southeast Asia in the early 20th century.

Since the end of the 19th century, anarchists around the world have networked across national borders. In an increasingly fragmented world since the Corona disaster, these internationalist practices of a century ago can undoubtedly

Fukuoka, the hometown of Noe Ito, is also the place where Miyazaki Toten, who once dreamed of a world revolution, met Sun Yat-sen. We hope to use our new zine "Black Limestone" as a starting point to look back at the past and begin a new imagination and discussion about internationalism.

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Organized by LiLi and Kenichiro Egami