Erring Japanese: Life as Objectors (Paperback)

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"Erring Japanese: Life as Objectors - Samayoeru Nihonjin" is based on a true story. Set in Tokyo, Shanghai, Tenshin in the 1920s-1940s, the story depicts an anti-conformist couple's life and legacy. The Pacifist civils' point of view during WWII is generally unknown to the public. This graphic novel is the result of extensive research studies and documented exploration of hidden family stories in historical locations. It bridges between Black and White comics illustration and Manga styles influenced by Hugo Pratt, Ryoko Ikeda and Italian Art History. The Art in this novel truly wishes to leave in the hands of future generations a peaceful, healing message to overcome life hardships at any age and stage in life. YURIA MIZUTA (morso)Loss, pain and love are concepts that have inspired artists over the years. Paris-based Yuria (Morso) Mizuta utilises her practice as a therapeutic type of expression. Building upon her experience as an Art Historian and Curator for Vitra and Fondation pour l'Art Contemporain, Mizuta's works search for the meaning of identity in today's world. https: //www.artistescontemporains.org/artistes/morsoyu/Instagram: @yumiz5.


Product Details
ISBN: 9798633753578
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: April 5th, 2020
Pages: 78
Language: English