- how to smell what you smell - 

workshop (2010)

 

 

A WORKSHOP INSPIRED BY THE JAPANESE TRADITIONAL FORM OF ARTS, KOHDO

 

Smell as if you listen!

 

Kõdõ, one of the three classical Japanese arts as tea ceremony, is a gathering of appreciating incense and sharing emotions and imaginations with the people living in different time and space. A Japanese olfactory artist Maki Ueda holds her original and artistic Kõdõ ceremony.

 

 

組香: Looking for Truffles (トリュフを探しに)























photos: Lucia Guglielmetti

組香: Looking for Truffles (トリュフを探しに)

伽羅 試無 本一   Truffle  トリュフ   
羅国 試一 本一   White mushroom マッシュルーム 
真南蛮 試一 本一  Porcini ポルチニ
真 那賀 試一 本一  Poisonous red mushroom 赤い毒キノコ
佐曽羅 試一 本一  Shiitake 椎茸
寸 聞多羅 試一 本一 Magic mushroomマジック・マッシュルーム

 

 

MORE ABOUT KOHDO

http://www.japan-zone.com/culture/kodo.shtml

 

"YUJO MONKOHZU" by NAGAHARU MIYAGAWA : a prostitute feeling tipsy while perfuming her own kimono with the incense.

 

PREMIER

CAMERA JAPAN FESTIVAL 2010

  • One session lasts about an hour.
  • Subscription required.
  • Max. 10 participants per session
  • Please don't wear perfume.

program :

  • introduction of Kodo
  • smelling game (1) olfactory travel all around the world
  • smelling game (2) - Horse Rase (Kurabeuma Koh)

date & time:

Sun. 17/10/2010

  • session (1) 15:00-16:00
  • session (2) 17:00-18:00
  • session (3) 19:00-20:00

palce:

LantarenVenster (NEW LOCATION) / Rotterdam

Artistenfoyer (1st floor)

 

 

 

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