Peter Carey | Bok Cinta | Yorimichi Caravan

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Diskusi Orang Cina, Bandar Tol, Candu, dan Perang Jawa:
Perubahan Persepsi Tentang Cina 1785 – 1825

bersama Prof. Peter B. R. Carey
Emeritus Fellow, Trinity College, Oxford Univ.
Adjunct Professor, FIB Univ. Indonesia

☞ Jumat 31 Juli 2015 pk. 18.30 – 21.00
C2O library & collabtive, Jl. Dr. Cipto 20, Surabaya, Indonesia

Peter Carey lahir di Rangoon, Myanmar, pada 30 April 1948. Ia besar dan menyelesaikan pendidikan di Inggris. Ia sebelumnya adalah Laithwaite Fellow dalam Sejarah Modern pada Trinity Collage, Oxford. Selama lebih dari 40 tahun dalam hidupnya, Carey mendedikasikan diri untuk meneliti sejarah perang Jawa (1825-1930), termasuk sisi detail kehidupan Pangeran Diponegoro.

Gratis dan terbuka untuk umum.

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Pemutaran film & peluncuran katalog pasca-acara
Ikhtiar Aktivasi Ruang Khalayak
☞ Jumat 7 Agustus 2015, pk. 19.00 – 21.00
C2O library & collabtive, Jl. Dr. Cipto 22, Surabaya

Pemantik
Adin (kurator Bok Cinta)

Penanggap
– Adhiel Albatati (Arabische Kamp / Kampung Arab Surabaya)
– Kenta Kishi (Architect / Co-director of Orange House Studio)
– Kentaro Taki (Video Artist, NPO VIDEOART CENTER Tokyo)
– Rie Saito (Art-Sociologist, Ph.D. Candidate, Waseda University)

‘Bok Cinta’ Project merupakan sebuah proyek seni yang diadakan di Kampung Bustaman, Purwodinatan, Semarang Utara. ‘Bok Cinta’ sendiri merupakan idiom yang diciptakan para remaja Bustaman yang tergabung dalam Ikatan Remaja Bustaman (IRB) untuk menamai sebuah tempat tongkrong mereka di salah satu sudut gang mereka yang cukup sempit.

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YORIMICHI CARAVAN SCREENING PARTY
☞ 9 August 2015, 19:30 – 21:30
C2O library & collabtive, Jl. Dr. Cipto 22, Surabaya

〈YORIMICHI CARAVANproject〉 is a “screening caravan” that visits alternative spaces in Asian countries with the documentary film “BOOK STORE – part1”.

【About a film “BOOK STORE”】
The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake occurred in 2011. Many people decided to emigrate in order to avoid radiation sickness and had to completely change their lives. Tesuya Mori was one of them. He moved to Tottori prefecture and was about to start farming for self-sufficiency as well as an info-shop (*1) for exchanging information and introducing counter-culture. Not wanting a full time job, he rents a garage for cheap with the plan of opening his own bookstore. The garage is run-down and he repairs it in a DIY (Do It Yourself) way. Yet, in order to subsidize the cost of installing a sewer system, he has to work part-time, so the repairs don’t proceed as swiftly as he’d like. Without enough money or time, yet with the help from people in the guesthouse and from around town, will he really be able to make his own bookstore? This is the first chapter of this DIY documentary.

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http://yorimichicaravan.com/?locale=en
http://yorimichicaravan.com/movie.php?locale=en

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