On March 29, the UCLA Department of Asian Languages and Cultures will host a performative reading featuring the celebrated author Tawada Yōko, who writes in both Japanese and German; poet, critic, and scholar Suga Keijirō; and Tokyo-based programmer and creative engineer Matthew Fargo.
Titled “Common Confusions,” this innovative, dazzling event weaves together fiction and poetry by Franz Kafka, Tawada, and Suga against a visual backdrop created using programming specially created by Fargo.
When: March 29, 2018, 6:00–7:30 pm
Where: 314 Royce Hall in UCLA Westwood Campus
Free and open to the public
Pay-by-Space parking is available in Lot 3
Sponsored by the Tadashi Yanai Initiative for Globalizing Japanese Humanities @ UCLA and Waseda University