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|10 - Donna and the Dynamos live! Concert
|11 - Opening event of the Murakami on the Shore programme.
|12 - Dance Dance Dance. Concert.
|13 - Permanent installations of the Murakami on the Shore programme
|14 - A Philosophical Dialogue on the Concept of Usefulness. Dialogues on Uselessness
|15 - The Need for Poetry. Dialogues on Uselessness
|16 - Arrival of Haruki Murakami
|17 - Press conference by Bonnie L. Bassler and Peter Greenberg
|18 - Press conference on behalf of the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative
|19 - The official reception for Mary's Meals
|20 - Eliud Kipchoge meets with teachers and students
|21 - The presentation of the 2023 Exemplary Town of Asturias Award
Date and time: Saturday, 14 October 2023. 07:30AM h.
Place: Tabacalera Building. Gijón.
Murakami in Short Sleeves. Murakami on the Shore. Installation. .
Haruki Murakami, 2023 Princess of Asturias Laureate for Literature, has a striking collection of t-shirts that is reflected in the book Murakami T: The T-Shirts I Love. They are all simple garments with designs related to elements of pop culture. Designers Pablo Amargo, Manuel Fernández, Juan Jareño, Noelia Pañeda and Alicia Varela, and artist Edgar Plans have each created a t-shirt design inspired by Murakami’s texts for the occasion.
The Dolphin Hotel. Murakami on the Shore. Installation.
Some of the main characters in Haruki Murakami’s books frequent places that allow them to find themselves. Artist Sergio Fernández will invite the public to enter The Dolphin Hotel, a space that refers to the setting of the novel Dance Dance Dance, which at the same time is a landscape where visitors will have to discover hidden mysteries.
Stone Moon, Salt Mirror. Murakami on the Shore. Installation.
Some of Haruki Murakami’s characters live between different levels of reality. Photographer Javier Bejarano uses recurring motifs and images in the Japanese author’s work to invite visitors to peer into that other side of reality. 1Q84, Killing Commendatore and The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle are the source of inspiration for this installation that pays tribute to Murakami’s phantasmagorical universe.
Between Words. Murakami on the Shore. Installation.
The everyday world of modern Japan and references to Western culture come together in Haruki Murakami’s literary work. The installation by Pablo Pandiella, the artist behind the name Materia Mínima, offers an ephemeral architectural intervention that invites visitors to contemplate a landscape to pay tribute to one of the writer’s best-known facets, combining the two cultures in one and the same universe.
The Edge of the World. Murakami on the Shore. . Installation.
Via a play of light and shadows and animated images projected on the walls of the Tabacalera Building chapel, artist Cristina Busto invites the public to discover the dreamlike world of Haruki Murakami.
Birthday Girl. Murakami on the Shore. Exhibition.
An exhibition comprising a selection of illustrations by German artist Kat Menschik, taken from the illustrated book Birthday Girl by Haruki Murakami
Murakami Club Space. Murakami on the Shore.
Recreation of a place inspired by the Japanese jazz kissas format, where jazz classics abound on the shelves. In his youth, Haruki Murakami ran a jazz bar of this kind, the ‘Peter Cat’. According to the author himself, “concerts were scheduled, drinks and simple meals were served.” What’s more, he wrote his first novels there.
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