Mutsumi Tsuda

August 4 to August 11

between “flaw” and “flood”, pages 206

July 28 to August 4

July 21 to July 28

July 14 to July 21

July 7 to July 14

June 30 to July 7

June 23 to June 30

June 16 to June 23


June 2 to June 9

We have no rain quite long time. I feel that all the plants are waiting for raining day.

May 26 to June 2

May 19 to May 26

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May 12 to May 19


May 5 to May 12

April 28 to May 5

We don’t need to keep a distance with nature. Every morning, I enjoy to approach Baby Momiji (maple in Japanese) which were born in this spring. They are more than thousand in my garden, live with various neighbors, but almost of them will disappear before Autumn.

Mutsumi TSUDA, Japanese artist-researcher.

After she was invited from Tjibaou Culturel Centre, she developed her research about the History of Japanese emigrants (1892-1946) in New Caledonia. 2006-2007, she organized a project FEU NOS PERES (exhibition, publication, symposium, etc.) in NC and Japan. In 2009, she spent five months in Camberra to study about three Internment Camps in Australia where Japanese civilians from NC were interned for five years. She often uses historical documents and private archives in her art work. Author of “Divergences from Hiroshima to Los Alamos”(French-English 2002 Blusson), “FEU NOS PERES”(French-Japanese 2006), “Mabui-no-orai”(Japanese 2009 Jimbun-Shoin), “AMES ERRANTES” (French 2012 Madrépores). Until 2017, Mutsumi Tsuda is professor at Kwansei Gakuin University, Hyogo, Japan.