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181215_The looseness of significant ties

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Fumitoshi Kato (Keio University) and Aiko Eguchi (Chiba University)
Presented at Pacific Rim Community Design Network conference held at National University of Singapore, December 14-16, 2018.

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181215_The looseness of significant ties

  1. 1. The looseness of significant ties: On reclaiming our “common”places Fumitoshi Kato and Aiko Eguchi December 15, 2018 @NUS
  2. 2. Curry Caravan (2012.3〜) Aiko Eguchi and Fumitoshi Kato http://curry-caravan.net/
  3. 3. 墨東大学 京島校舎(東京都墨田区) © 2010-2011 Bokuto University http://bokudai.net/
  4. 4. ミニマムアーバニズム I(木村)2010年11月26日 © 2010-2011 Bokuto University http://bokudai.net/
  5. 5. 編み編む編まれ編むとき編めば(伊藤)2011年2月5日 © 2010-2011 Bokuto University http://bokudai.net/
  6. 6. http://bokudai.net/
  7. 7. Komatsuna Ganmodoki Banana Kid’s hand © 2017 Fumitoshi Kato
  8. 8. Beer (from tap) Bokudai Curry (with Komatsuna) © 2017 Fumitoshi Kato
  9. 9. Our caravan started – March, 2012 Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2012/3 Bokudai Curry (Sumidaku) Bokuto University Project 2012/4 Bokudai Curry 2 (Sumidaku) Bokuto University Project 2012/5 Kamifuru Curry (Niigata) 2012/7 Komoro Curry (Komoro) Komoro Haiku Festival 2012/8 Tanabe Curry (Tanabe) Art Tanabe 2012 2012/10 Mizutsuchi Curry (Niigata) Mizu-to-Tsuchi Art Festival 2012/12 Fab Curry (Kamakura) 2013/2 Yabuki Curry Kurumaza-Kaigi 2013/3 Bokuto Curry (Sumida-ku) Bokuto Machimise 2012 2013/5 Himi Curry (Himi) Art NPO Himming
  10. 10. Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2013/6 Kunitachi Curry (Kunitachi) Kunitachi Hon-ten 2013/7 Tanabe Curry 2 (Tanabe) Art Tanabe 2013 2013/8 Nojima Curry (Yokohama) Academy Camp 2013/8 Fab Curry 2 (Yokohama) Fab9 2013/8 Matsudo Curry (Matsudo) CCDC2013 2013/10 Hokuto Curry (Hokuto) 2013/12 Fab Curry 3 (Kamakura) 2014/1 Iwaki Curry (Iwaki) Iwaki Mirai Kaigi 2014/2 Morioka Curry (Morioka) Fukidacho-Bunko 2014/3 Unoki Curry (Ota-ku) Gallery Hasu no Hana 2014/4 Takao Curry (Takao) Takao Sanso 2014/5 Himi Curry 2 (Himi) Art NPO Himming 2014/6 Nerima Curry (Nerima-ku) 2014/6 Hikone Curry (Hikone) Our caravan continues
  11. 11. Curry Caravan: Kansai Road (Tour) 2014  8/17 Tokyo→Awajishima (Sumoto): Awajishima Art Center  8/18 Awaji meats (meets) curry  8/19 Awajishima→Takamatsu: Busshozan Onsen  8/20 Busshozan Curry  8/21 Sakaide, Marugame  8/22 Takamatsu→Shodoshima (Umaki): Umaki Camp  8/23 UmaUmaUmaki Curry  8/24 Shodoshima→Tokyo
  12. 12. 加藤文俊・木村健世・木村亜維子(2014) 『つながるカレー:コミュニケーションを「味 わう」場所をつくる』(フィルムアート社)
  13. 13. Our caravan continues Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2014/9 Kushimoto Curry (Kushimoto) Art Tanabe 2014 2014/11 Umama Curry (Minamisoma) Umama matsuri 2014/12 Kabura Curry (Himi) Himming Art Center 2015/1 Danchi Curry (Yokohama) Danchi Days - Exhibition 2015/2 Mariko Curry (Shizuoka) Mariko Shukuba Festival 2015/3 Ichijoji Curry (Kyoto) Keibunsha 2015/3 Yasato Curry (Ishioka) Ishioka Fruit-gumi 2015/4 Kabudachi Curry (Kamiigusa) Machidukuri-Kamiigusa 2015/5 Kawaguchi Curry (Kawaguchi) Kawaguchi Media Seven 2015/6 Kurus-Curry (Kamakura) LIFE&CRAFTS LAB 2015/7 Oshima Curry (Izu Oshima) kichi 2015/8 ToroToro Torol Curry (Higashi Murayama) Machi-JAM 2015/8 Busshozan Onsen  Tosayamada Kansai Road (Tour) 2
  14. 14.  8/19 Tokyo→Takamatsu: Busshozan Onsen  8/20 Busshozan Curry 2  8/21 Takamatsu→Kochi: Tosayamada  8/22 Variuma Value Curry  8/23 Kochi→Tokyo Curry Caravan: Kansai Road (Tour) 2015
  15. 15. Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2015/9 Shikano Goro Goro Curry (Shikano) NPO Inshu Machidukuri 2015/10 Good Good Curry (Himi) Art NPO Himming 2015/10 Kinpachi Curry (Tateyama) Kinpachi Shoten 2015/10 Ibuki Curry (Maibara) 2015/11 Shinagawa Unagi-no-nedoko 2015/12 Suten Curry (Ueda) Our caravan continues
  16. 16. コミュニケーションの場を生み出す活動 http://www.g-mark.org/award/describe/43211
  17. 17. Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2016/1 Roomy Curry (Kobe) 2016/2 Danchi Curry 2 (Asaka) 2016/2 Marutama Curry (Hakodate) Marutama Square 2016/3 Veg Curry (Daito-shi) Daito 2016/5 Matsudo Curry 2 (Matsudo) MadCity Our caravan continues
  18. 18. Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2016/9 Hitachi Tagatako Curry (Hitachitaga) KENPOKU ART 2016 2016/10 Daigo Shamo Curry (Daigo) KENPOKU ART 2016 2016/10 Shibaura House Curry (Shibaura) WaiWai Curry Kitchen 2016/10 Kiyama Future Curry (Kiyama) Kiyama Future Center 2016/10 Oka Anko Curry (Kita Ibaraki) KENPOKU ART 2016 2016/11 Curry No. 60 (Hitachi Omiya) KENPOKU ART 2016 2016/11 Rainbow Curry (Takahagi) KENPOKU ART 2016 2016/11 Arigatone Curry (Hitachi Ohta) KENPOKU ART 2016 Our caravan continues
  19. 19. Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2017/6 Koko Kara Hajimaru Nakaminato Curry (Ibaraki) Nakaminato Camp 2017/7 Mosugu Natsuyasumi Curry (Chiba) Hello Garden 2017/8 Kigatsukeba Kima Curry (Tokyo) Nostos books 2017/10 Imonijyanakute Curry (Yamagata) 2017/10 Fukui Kintoki Curry (Fukui) Fukui Camp 2017/11 Arashi no Picnic Curry (Chiba) Matsudo Art Picnic Our caravan continues
  20. 20. Date Curry (Venue) Partner 2017/6 Iwabuchi Kotoyoro Curry (Tokyo) Iwabuchi cotoiro 2017/7 Kadode Curry (Saitama) Kadoya 2018/5 Honmaru Force Curry (Iwate) 2018/5 ODD Curry (Iwate) Okagesama-ichi 2018/6 Camellia Curry (Chiba) Tsubaki no niwa 2018/7 Hachinohe Saba Curry (Akita) 2018/8 Natsuno Owarino (Hyogo) 2018/11 Coming Co Curry (Shizuoka) Our caravan continues
  21. 21. Curry Caravan - Cooking out as a “method” (Re)discovering the local characteristics Facilitate communication Curry Caravan • Tanabe, Wakayama (August, 2012)
  22. 22. COMMON Common benefit Mutual assistance Commons PRIVATE Private interest Self help Private place PUBLIC Public interest Public assistance Public place We used to have “common” spaces (Ref. Onda, 2006)
  23. 23. PUBLIC Public interest Public assistance Public place COMMON Common benefit Mutual assistance Commons PRIVATE Private interest Self help Private place Altruism Public-interest-oriented Egoism Private-interest- oriented Presently, we have to choose either “public” OR “private” domains for our activities. (Ref. Onda, 2006)
  24. 24. 公 共 私 Public Common Private
  25. 25. カレーキャラバン(土佐山田編)|2015年8月
  26. 26. カレーキャラバン(常陸太田編)|2016年10月
  27. 27. カレーキャラバン(関内編)|2017年11月
  28. 28. Fumitoshi Kato, Takeyo Kimura, and Aiko Kimura (2014) Tools – Mobile Kitchen
  29. 29. Fumitoshi Kato, Takeyo Kimura, and Aiko Kimura (2014) Tools – Mobility matters
  30. 30. 10月の庭(2015年10月) Loose duplicates – Garden of September
  31. 31. わいわいカレーキッチン(2016年10月) Loose duplicates – Wai Wai Curry Kitchen
  32. 32. Semi-members – Repeaters/Supporters/Groopies?
  33. 33. Semi-members – Repeaters/Supporters/Groopies?
  34. 34. Capacities of the hosts – Café (Tokyo)
  35. 35. Capacities of the hosts – Parking space (Kagawa)
  36. 36. Capacities of the hosts – Parking space (Chiba)
  37. 37. Capacities of the hosts – Community garden (Chiba)
  38. 38. PUBLIC COMMON PRIVATE CaféCurry Caravan Curry Caravan as an attempt to reclaim our “common” places: Private-Common
  39. 39. Our Caravan Continues (As of November 2018)

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