' With the 21st century only a few years away, our society faces various political and economic problems and the international situation is far from stable. Against this background, this exhibition is a unique attempt to examine - from the perspective of art - the theme of cooperation between people with different cultural identities, which is expected to become increasingly important as we approach the new century. On the basis of this theme, the exhibition consists of paintings, sculpture, bookworks, graphics, photographs and installations by fifteen artists or groups of artists from Japan and a dozen or so other countries.' - The Japan Foundation, Fukutake Science and Culture Foundation. This catalogue includes short essays on the artists as well as biographies.
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Location code EX.ITA.BVE.1995
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English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

1995

No of pages

184

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

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catalogue

Chapter headings
A Book That is Never Finished

- Fumio NANJO, 南條史生

Glass Made of Water

- Ryuta IMAFUKU, 今福龍太

A Few Points on the Bias

- Ivo MESQUITA

Times Squared: Where is the I-Way Leading Us?

- Joshua QUITTNER

Artists and Works

- Dana FRIIS-HANSEN

The Upside-downness of the World as it Unfolds (Excerpt)

- Shani MOOTOO

TransCulture: La Biennale di Venezia 1995
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TransCulture: La Biennale di Venezia 1995