Kei Tsuji

October 30, 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Mānoa Campus, Art Building, Rm. 101

Tokyo-based textile artist Kei Tsuji is a Professor of Art at the Tohoku University of Art & Design.

Tsuji is best known for her site-specific textile installations. Kei Tsuji studied art, and specialized in dyeing at Tama Art University where she earned her BFA in 1977, and her MFA in 1979. As Tsuji became more involved in theatrical design, she began to produce three-dimensional works. Since the late 80s she has been actively carrying out field work and presenting installation works around the world. By placing the fabric as a surrogate self in natural environments, Tsuji seeks to explore the interrelationship between self and the natural world.

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Department of Art & Art History , Mānoa Campus

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Tuesday, October 30

7:30am Maui Campus, Pilina Bldg., Wellness Center
9:00am Mānoa Campus, Annexes UA-2
10:00am Mānoa Campus, Gold Bond Conference Room, 2nd Floor, The Gold Bond Building, 677 Ala Moana Blvd.
11:30am Mānoa Campus, Law School CR2
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12:00pm Mānoa Campus, St. John Auditiorium (St. John, Room 011)
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12:30pm Mānoa Campus, 2515 Dole Street Courtyard and CR3
2:00pm Mānoa Campus, Agricultural Science Room 219
3:00pm Mānoa Campus, Art Building, Rm. 101
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Last modified October 20, 2016