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PROFILE Emiko Kato is a freelance curator and Co-Director of Art Autonomy Network [AAN] is located in Yokohama, Japan. www.a-a-n.org
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Artist Workshop for Art College Students

Hajime Mizutani, an artist is staying here as an artist in residency programme, has made the workshop programme today to the foundation course students of “Barrow 6th Form College” who are basically around 18-19 years old and study the art before entering to university in U.K. This is the second session since they had on 16th October while I was a way to London. The fourteen students are participating on this programme at the mezzanine of ArtGene where my talk has been held before.

At the beginning of workshop, they listen to the different music which Hajime selects himself to record on PC, and then draw their impressions on the roll paper. Before the music starts, the artist made them close their eyes so that they could meditate
themselves in a while. I found students have enjoyed drawing with rhythms respectively, even Collin Aldred has drawn himself, a course director of Art department who has been discussing with Hajime for the details of workshop before the session. He explains to students how they could work on this programme and encourage their motivations on behalf of the artist.

It seems like to watch films are playing on when the rolling papers are piling upon the floor. Collins said you have to look at your bottoms that the piling papers are so beautiful like sculptures naturally.

After the refreshment break, the students visit in Hajime’s studio and look at his large drawing hung on the wall. When they visited there at the first session, it was on the floor which was formed as a circle. I wander what they found through the form has been re-arranged to be rectangle and made the different orders. You could see his home page in which I describe his work briefly and the process of his drawing are shown on flicker.

Hajime Mizutani: http://hajimemizutani.cocolog-nifty.com/blog/
Flickr:http://www.flickr.com/photos/16355907@N05/sets/72157602716707760/show/
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