Reflection Returnal by: Kenji Nakayama

Reflection Returnal by: Kenji Nakayama

Kenji Nakayama is an artist originally from Hokkaido, Japan, who is currently working on his art in Boston. He is focusing on photo realistic multi-layer stencils -capturing a moment of his daily life, which is inspired by graffiti, street art, and industrial structures. http://www.kngee.com http://www.projectsf.com

  • Wide variety of topics with well known local and national expert speakers. All great quality online viewing and highly informative. It's hard to get to lectures with work and a tight schedule but I like to keep up on certain topic... Wide variety of topics with well known local and national expert speakers. All great quality online viewing and highly informative. It's hard to get to lectures with work and a tight schedule but I like to keep up on certain topics and to have these videos available online from a trusted source allows me to stay up to date and educate myself on the topics i am interested in. Great video on the future of the local city theater and overall direction of theater in the country http://forum-network.org/lecture/theaters-three-things-what-future

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  • Very cool use of information visualization. They're also coming out with one for Toronto this year. Awesome stuff

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