// 4pm, Saturday 9 March
// (after the bus returns from Te Tuhi)
Kentaro will be talking about the agency of objects and material history, as well as volcanoes and rocks and their relationship to Japanese pottery. A collection of Japanese Chawan bowls made by local artists in our recent set of workshops will also be on display.
Kentaro Yamada (b.1978 Fukuoka Japan) is a Japanese New Zealand artist based in London and Auckland. He has recently exhibited at Van Horbourg in Zurich (2013), and the London Art Fair, Hoxton Art Gallery, and La Scatola Gallery in London (2012). He completed his MFA at Goldsmiths College, London with distinction in 2011, took part in the MFA programme at the School of Art at the Institute of Chicago in 2010, and completed his BFA at Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland in 2006.