2018 / UCLA Asian Language to host performative reading featuring Tawada Yōko, Suga Keijirō, and Matthew Fargo, March 29

Kafka image by Mathew Fargo.

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