Workshop Exhibition “Narrating Cartography” at HDL


2023年2月10日から2月21日の期間に、広島県広島市中区のHiroshima Drawing Lab(HDL)で、2022年10月にドイツのハノーファー専科大学で行ったワークショップ「Narrating Cartography(口述地図製作法)」の成果発表展を行います。


From February 10 to 21, 2023, I will hold an exhibition at the Hiroshima Drawing Lab (HDL) in Naka-ku, Hiroshima City, Hiroshima Prefecture, to present the results of the workshop “Narrating Cartography” that was conducted in October 2022 at Hochschule Hannover in Germany.
During the exhibition, I will have a talk event titled “Testimony and Fictionality” with curator Yoshie Okamoto, a former curator at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, who has been involved in archiving the testimonies of atomic bomb survivors at the Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims. We look forward to seeing you there. Thank you.


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菅亮平 ワークショップ成果展
Narrating Cartography | 口述地図製作法

場所:Hiroshima Drawing Lab(HDL)
住所:〒730-0017 広島県広島市中区鉄砲町4-5 ブラック画材 4階
期間:2023年2月10日(金)〜2月21日(火)11:00-17:30 (日祝お休み)
展示協力:Hiroshima Drawing Lab

参加者:ハノーファー専科大学 在籍生8名
ルギル・バラスケイト(Rugile Barauskaite / LR)
ヤシカ・バラドウェイ(Yashica Bhardway / IN)
ザヤ・ブリンコフ(Zaya Brinkop / ME, DE)
チューリン・ハゲマン(Tülin Hagemann / TR, DE)
ローレンス・アロイス・フーター(Lorenz Alois Huter / AT)
カルメン・クノーケ(Carmen Knoke / ES, DE)
ヨナス・ズレル(Jonas Surel / DE)
グレタ・タリマイテ(Greta Tarimaite / LR)

2月18日(土)16:00-17:30 /事前 予約不要 / 先着15名




Ryohei Kan WS Exhibition “Narrating Cartography”

Place: Hiroshima Drawing Lab(HDL)
Address: 4F Black-gazai, 4-5 Teppocho Naka-ku, Hiroshima-city, Hiroshima-prefecture, 730-0017, Japan
Dates: 10-21 February 2023
Open Hours: 11:00 to 17:30; closed on Sundays and National Holidays
Exhibition Support: Hiroshima Drawing Lab

Exhibitor : 8 students at Hochschule Hannover

Rugile Barauskaite / LR
Yashica Bhardway / IN
Zaya Brinkop / ME, DE
Tülin Hagemann / TR, DE
Lorenz Alois Huter / AT
Carmen Knoke / ES, DE
Jonas Surel / DE
Greta Tarimaite / LR

Talk Event “Testimony and Fictionality”
Ryohei Kan+Yoshie Okamoto (Curator)
18 February 16:00-17:30 / No reservation required / First 15 people




Photo: Ryohei Kan / 20. Oct. 2022