Part of a series of 'art' conversations for summer art, not-school 2016 in and around Mairangi Ba...
Part of a series of 'art' conversations for summer art, not-school 2016 in and around Mairangi Bay Arts Centre - small-workshop.info/sans2016/
Kyohei Sakaguchi is a Japanese polymath, mainly known as an artist, writer, and Founder and Prime Minister of Japan's New Government. He has authored over 13 books, including Zero-Yen House, Kyohei Sakaguchi's Diary of Manic-Depression, and Theory for Escaping Reality. This conversation presents a reading of Chapter 3 from the English version of his best-selling book "How to Make an Independent Nation" as a jump-off point for talking about depression and creativity - Two topics of intense interest for Mairangi Bay and Auckland Super City.
1: How to Use the Lens of Despair (Chapter 4:3 from unpublished English version of 独立国家のつくりかた [How to Build an Indie Nation] by Kyohei Sakaguchi)
2: Kyohei Sakaguchi: Commentary On My Works to Date (translation: Chris Berthelsen)
Listen to the audio version of "How to Use the Lens of Despair" HERE: https://soundcloud.com/a-small-lab/how-to-use-the-lens-of-despair-by-kyohei-sakaguchi
Provided in collaboration with Mairangi Arts Centre, with support of Creative Communities Scheme