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Kazue Kobata, 2011, photo by Ikeda Risa
Kazue Kobata, 2011, photo by Ikeda Risa

Kazue Kobata is Professor, Department of Intermedia Art, Tokyo University of the Arts, a longtime Adjunct Curator/Representative in Tokyo for P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Committee member, performance space/studio Plan B, an artists' cooperative since 1982. She is an author, translator, curator, producer, and researcher.

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Japan-esque

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Our Correspondents: Tokyo

Kazue Kobata, Tokyo Correspondent, launches her first show. Her series includes experimental music, live performances, and interviews. In this segment, Kobata muses on several musicians and bands currently turning heads in Japan.

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Derek Bailey

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Our Correspondents: Tokyo

Tokyo correspondent Kazue Kobata speaks to legendary guitar improviser Derek Bailey about "Rain Dance.

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Self-made Instruments, Pt. 1

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Our Correspondents: Tokyo

The self-made instrument almost literally comes alive in this concert, presented by P.S.1 Adjunct Curator Kazue Kobata and recorded at Tokyo's Plan B. Tomomi Adachi plays two instruments: first, a Tomoring and then a Tomomin.

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Voices from Okinawa and Korea, Pt. 1

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Our Correspondents: Tokyo

Correspondent Kazue Kobata provides illuminating commentary for "The Perpetual Moment: Visions from within Okinawa and Korea."

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Ryuichi Daijo

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Our Correspondents: Tokyo

Kazue Kobata invites the young guitar improvisationist Ryuichi Daijo to play and speak about his music.

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Kazue Kobata, Tokyo Correspondent, presents Part 1 of an experimental concert at Plan B. This startling concert features several generations of musicians playing music in free-form, including Ryuichi Daijo, Takuya Takahashi and Takuya Takahashi.

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