Fragmentism and Assemblage in Traditional Japanese Culture

A cross-disciplinary consideration of the phenomenon of disaggregation of texts and visual artworks and their reconfiguration in new forms. Focus on examples from the Japanese past in comparative and theoretical perspective. Students engage directly in the preparation of an installation on this theme in the Yale Art Gallery for spring 2019.

Taught Fall 2018 by:
Mimi Yiengpruksawan and Edward Kamens
Course Number: 
EALL 710, HSAR 822