Stories of Clay: Discovering Chosŏn Korean Potters in Tokugawa Japan is a virtual experience inspired by the format of a museum exhibition.
Each of the five “rooms” explores one aspect of the Japanese post-Imjin pottery experience.
Combining the study of heirloom pieces and sherds, together with documentary evidence, “Stories of Clay” traces the experiences of different groups of Korean potters in Tokugawa-period Japan, after the Imjin War.
The project is curated by Rebekah Clements and Seung Yeon Sang as part of the European Research Council Horizon2020 project “Aftermath of the East Asian War of 1592-1598”.
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