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マーティン・グルーバー、フランク・ザイデル監督『Between Islam and the Sacred Forest(イスラームと聖なる森の間で)』(2016)より
From Between Islam and the Sacred Forest, 2016. Directed by Martin Gruber and Frank Seidel

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ゲスト:マーティン・グルーバー(映像人類学者/ブレーメン大学講師)

上映作品:マーティン・グルーバー、フランク・ザイデル監督『Between Islam and the Sacred Forest(イスラームと聖なる森の間で)』2016年/52分/ナル語(英語字幕付き)

レクチャー言語:英語(逐次通訳あり)

ディスカッサント:Anthro-film Laboratoryふくだぺろ/福田浩久村津蘭矢野原佑史


An anthropologist and a linguist from Germany are trying to understand a ritual, taking place in a small village on the coast of Guinea, West Africa. They are told that two seemingly conflicting ceremonies take place during a four-day event commemorating a recently deceased woman: A Muslim celebration of the 40th day after death conducted by a local Imam and the Mkisaata ritual, performed by the members of a Nalu female secret society. While the involved men tell the filmmakers their respective vision of the events, the women communicate with the researchers by integrating them into their performance. Between Islam and the Sacred Forest thereby shows the possibilities and impossibilities of audio-visual ethnography.


Martin Gruber
Martin Gruber works as a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research at the University of Bremen. Gruber studied Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths College, London and Social Anthropology at Hamburg University. He worked as a freelance filmmaker and researcher before completing a PhD on Participatory Ethnographic Filmmaking in 2013. Gruber’s research interests are audio-visual research, ethnographic film, collaborative research, urban anthropology, political ecology and human-animal relationships with a focus on bees. Gruber has conducted long-term ethnographic research in West Africa, Southern Africa, Bremen and Hamburg.

Event in connection with im/pulse: Vincent Moon, contact Gonzo, and the Anthro-film Laboratory.


Guest: Martin Gruber (Visual Anthropologist; Lecturer, University of Bremen)

Film: Between Islam and the Sacred Forest, 2016 (directed by Martin Gruber and Frank Seidel; 52 min.; in Nalu with English subtitles)

Language: Lecture in English with Japanese translation

Discussants: Anthro-film Laboratory (fukudapero/Hirohisa Fukuda, Ran Muratsu, and Yushi Yanohara)


An anthropologist and a linguist from Germany are trying to understand a ritual, taking place in a small village on the coast of Guinea, West Africa. They are told that two seemingly conflicting ceremonies take place during a four-day event commemorating a recently deceased woman: A Muslim celebration of the 40th day after death conducted by a local Imam and the Mkisaata ritual, performed by the members of a Nalu female secret society. While the involved men tell the filmmakers their respective vision of the events, the women communicate with the researchers by integrating them into their performance. Between Islam and the Sacred Forest thereby shows the possibilities and impossibilities of audio-visual ethnography.


Martin Gruber
Martin Gruber works as a researcher and lecturer at the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research at the University of Bremen. Gruber studied Visual Anthropology at Goldsmiths College, London and Social Anthropology at Hamburg University. He worked as a freelance filmmaker and researcher before completing a PhD on Participatory Ethnographic Filmmaking in 2013. Gruber’s research interests are audio-visual research, ethnographic film, collaborative research, urban anthropology, political ecology and human-animal relationships with a focus on bees. Gruber has conducted long-term ethnographic research in West Africa, Southern Africa, Bremen and Hamburg.

会場
京都市立芸術大学ギャラリー@KCUA
展示室
Gallery A
日時
2018年6月14日(木)19:00–21:00
展覧会は19:00に閉場します
参加費
無料・申込不要
企画
Anthro-film Laboratory
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Venue
Kyoto City University of Arts Art Gallery @KCUA
Room(s)
Gallery A
Date(s)
Thursday, June 14, 2018 from 7 PM to 9 PM
Exhibition closes at 7 PM
Cost
Free admission
Planned by
Anthro-film Laboratory
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