Japanese cultural practice is internationally known and appreciated nowadays. This drives an increased number of young Europeans to move to Japan for their studies or for work. Over there they are mostly part of teams until they return after a few months, sometimes years. How do Japanese cultural practices differ from the practices and methods we are familiar with? How are their current works influenced by their time in Japan?
Some Notes invites returnees to talk about their personal experiences. During each event, two protagonists will sit with us around a big table and share their experiences from their work between the two cultures. These rounds are centered around personal, subjective impressions and observations – in fact, notes.