Doobu+Satoshi NAGANO Seminar, College of Social Sciences, Ritsumeikan University


[Doobu] The group was formed by members who specialize in urban planning and urban development and conduct research on the theme of “revitalization of local resources. The group is named “Doobu,” meaning “to enter into the local community and engage in art activities. They have been participating in Echgo-Tsumari Art Triennale since 2012.

[Satoshi Nagano Seminar, College of Industrial Sociology, Ritsumeikan University]  Challenging to solve various problems of modern society (creation of motivation for the elderly, succession of local resource bearers, earthquake reconstruction, etc.) from the perspective of social innovation and social design.


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