Green light - An artistic workshop, is ongoing at the Yokohama Triennale 2017, Japan.
In line with the theme of the Yokohama Triennale: “Islands, Constellations & Galapagos,” which examines the current state of the world in terms of “connectivity” and “isolation,” the Green light project attempts to provide a platform to raise awareness of issues surrounding refugees and migrant communities in Japan. Given that Japan accepts very few asylum applicants into the country, for Yokohama the Green light project has been adapted to focus on examining the barriers to integrating people from different backgrounds that exist in Japanese society today.
Our recipe for Danish knækbrød!
500ml warm water
1 tablespoon salt
Parsley for garnishing
Mix together the flour, water, salt and yeast. Feed the dough through the pasta machine. Glaze with water and garnish the flattened bread with parsley. Finally, brush with butter and sprinkle sea salt, before baking in a 180 degree oven for 8 minutes.
Giving climate change a shape helps us to understand it emotionally, turning abstract data into a felt feeling. Great work by Antti Lipponen.
Studio Olafur Eliasson – Open House is the seventh volume in the studio’s TYT [Take Your Time] series. The book includes conversations with members of the studio team, texts by new and long-term friends and affiliates of the studio – including neuroscientists, economists, social scientists, curators, playwrights, philosophers, psychologists, and climate scientists – and excerpts from texts and books that inspire the studio’s current research.
Get your copy here: www.buchhandlung-walther-koenig.de/