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Art History part 3

03/11/2018 @ 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM PDT

Title: Liberalism vs. Conservatism in Art? – Art History part.3

I presented twice about Art History before.
Part 1
Part 2

I and comet Morigi installated The Modern Museum as a collaboration platform for finding cross-disciplinary relation in modern history. And motoko Moonwall expanded my idea, introduced 2nd axis, “Left eye’s Art” vs. “Right eye’s Art” in her Art history museum but she died by lung cancer in 2015 before completion.

She introduced “Mannerism/ Baroque” vs “Classicism/ Renaissance”, combined two Art historians, Heinrich Wolflin and Gustav Hocke, but both studies are based mainly on Eastern Art and not enough for finding relations between Eastern world and Western world.

So I proposed new hypothesis, memory of “Hunting (migratory) life in glacial period” vs. “Agricultural (Sedentary) life in Holocene”.
It is interesting that several researchers in evolutionary psychology, cognitive neuroscience, etc. have similar idea for “Liberalism” vs “Conservatism” in politics.

Locations: Presentation at lecture hall of Epidaurus of The Science Circle
and short guided tour at Motoko Museum of Art History

Presentation is in voice chat in English and Japanese.


Liberal or Conservative in USA

Upper/Lower Chamber of G20 country

Left-Middle-Right Eye’s Art



Hajime Nishimura

Previous work in the Library




7:00 AM - 8:00 AM PDT


History of Art museum


Jes Stannard

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