"Nothing can supplant the immediacy of the experience we encounter when we stand before or engage the actual object, event, place, etc.," Wood said.
His research in Kyoto (a traditional city) and Tokyo (a modern city), visiting art museums, galleries, artists' studios, and kiln sites, provided contrast and a further understanding of traditional and contemporary Japanese artistic culture.
This presentation is the first in the spring 2015 series "Artists on the Road: Travel as Source of Inspiration," cosponsored by the Design Department and the International and Exchange Programs Office. His talk is free and open to the public.
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