en Esin
Project Esin: Workshops to develop creative thinking through the making of work with some of the world’s most creative minds. Hong Kong, Tokyo and Sapporo.
 
Tokyo Workshop
February 2015
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  • “I unexpectedly rediscovered my originality.”
    Eri san
  • “We think differently, so what?”
    Eri san
  • “Before the workshop, I could only ask questions, but now I can present my thoughts.”
    Eri san
  • “I want to create something that every human being can enjoy regardless of their race and culture.”
    Kaji san
  • “The workshop was an eye-opener, and gave me the confidence to do anything I want to do. It gave me the confience to have my own style.”
    Kaji san
  • “It’s ok to be selfish.”
    Kaji san
  • “I never imagined I could make something. Now I feel I can make anything.”
  • “I had a breakthrough in the way I see things.”
  • “It’s like taking a pill filled with creativity.”
  • “Concentration, repetition and time spent on a one-to-one basis made the workshop an intense and unique experience. Semesters worth of input squeezed into 10 days. The participants had no time to rest.”
  • “People seem to find a deeper, hidden part of themselves that deserves to be revealed, – all in a short, intense period of time. It’s as much an experience of beauty for us as it is the attendees.”
  • “It’s wonderful to see so many participants willing to push themselves far outside their comfort zones and produce such great work.”
  • “The great thing about these workshops is the encounter with the unexpected. When a project is set there’s always a sense of what the response is likely to be. And the real joy and value for me is to be confounded, surprised and educated.”
  • “Concentration, repetition and time spent on a one-to-one basis made the workshop an intense and unique experience. Semesters worth of input squeezed into 10 days. The participants had no time to rest.”
  • “People seem to find a deeper, hidden part of themselves that deserves to be revealed, – all in a short, intense period of time. It’s as much an experience of beauty for us as it is the attendees.”
  • “It’s wonderful to see so many participants willing to push themselves far outside their comfort zones and produce such great work.”
  • “The great thing about these workshops is the encounter with the unexpected. When a project is set there’s always a sense of what the response is likely to be. And the real joy and value for me is to be confounded, surprised and educated.”