joined 22 academics, artists, designers, architects from Australia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Norway and Japan invited to participate in the 22@Barcelona Sympolab: 100 Questions Symposium Mapping the Unmappable. Darko's contribution focused on the findings of co+labo's original (2011-14) and ongoing Mn'M- Measuring the non-Measurable project, and its rebellious evolution towards -
"not measuring the measurable". Davisi presented her Mn'M works, recent efforts and reached back, to the very origins of her original and innovative sketch and script research method - years ago, in Barcelona.
On 23 November, it was Culture, Society, Culture Symposium at Meiji University, which was chaired by Professors Masami Kobayashi and Davisi Boontharm. Besides Meiji University's Kobayashi, Boontharm, Manuel Tardits and Hiroyuki Sasaki, invited presenters were professors Shunya Yoshimi (University of Tokyo), Mark Mulligan (visiting at Hosei University), and architect Teddy Koffman.
A snapshot of Davisi's and Darko's shorter and fastest ever visit to Barcelona (photo Christina Liadeli).