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WU Xiaoxiao

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Thesis title : The Reception of the “Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang Region” in the Japanese Paintings

Thesis director : Nicolas FIEVE

Presentations

• 2016.07 “New Perspectives of the introduction of the “Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang Region” from China to Japan : Through the texts of the Heian Period”, Le 58th General Assembly of Japan Design Society at Kyoto Seika University (Kyoto).
• 2016.06, ““Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang Region” in the Chan School of Japan 11th Young Scholar Symposium of Buddhist Studies and International Conference on the Studies of Chinese Buddhism. Centre for the Study of Humanistic Buddhism, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
• 2015.09, “New Perspectives of the Transformation of the “Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang Region” Through the Four Seasons : as Seen in Its Use in Residences of the Ashikaga Shoguns’ Residences”, Western Division Meeting of Japan Art History Society at Kobe University (Osaka).
• 2014.05, “The Pair of Screens Depicting “Landscapes, Flowers, and Trees of the Four Seasons” Attributed to Kano Motonobu : From the Point of View the Reception of the “Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang Region””, The 67th General Assembly of Japan Art History Society at Waseda University (Tokyo).
• 2013.10 “The Screens Paintings of “Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang Region” : the Mutations of a Chinese landscape Muromachi Period (1333-1573) of Japan”, Conference « Mutations of Landscapes and of Patrimonies of Japan » at Collègue de France (Paris)
Article « The Mutations of a Chinese Landscape in Japan of the Muromachi Period (1333-1573) : les screens paintings and the fusuma paintings »to be published in 2016

Research activities

2016.04-present Research assistant, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Assist Professor Shigeatsu Shimizu in creating a database of the Chinese timber architectures from the 9th to the 13th centuries.

2014.08-2015.02 Research assistant, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Assited Professor Seishi Namiki for the preparation of the exhibition “Shôgoin no meihô 聖護院の名寶 (The Treasures of the Shogoin Temple)” (2015.03-05) at the Ryukoku Museum

2014.08 Interpreter (Japanese/Chinese) for the International Conference on Plant Culture &Environment held in Shandong Museum, China.
Interpreter (Japanese/Chinese) for a conference on the preservation and restoration of the paintings on wooden architecture in The Palace Museum.

2014.11 Investigated the Chinese and Japanese ink paintings of the Xia Gui style at the Metropolitan Museum, Princeton University, and Freer Gallery ; financed by the Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies.
(New York, Princeton, Washington D.C., Unites States of America)

2013.03&2014.03 Investigated the Chinese timber architecture of northern China (9th to 13th centuries), focusing on the relation between the architectural space and the art (eg. paintings on the wooden structures, the mural paintings and the statues) for a research project « Hisai hasson wo kiin to suru kensetsu no gijutsu kakushin 被災・破損を起因とする建設の技術革新と建築様式に関する歴史的研究 (Historical Research on Technical Advancements in Architecture and Architectural Style Occasioned by Disasters and Damage » (Shanxi Provence, Tianjin, China)

Awards

• Japanese Government Scholarship (2012)
• Scholarship of Metropolitan Center for Far Eastern Art Studies (2014)