The Art of Communication

We’re inspired by a new exhibition at 21_21 Design Site in Roppongi, exploring new ways to communicate between cultures.

Communication is something dear to our hearts at FunkyCorp. We work in a multi-lingual, multi-cultural environment, bridging cultures and language barriers. We have different languages and different backgrounds, and we strive to create the best experiences for a diverse audience.

Artist Naomi Wada demonstrates her Visual Creole at 21_21 Design Site, Tokyo
Naomi Wada “Visual Creole”

So we are really excited about the new exhibition at 21_21 Design Site: “traNslatioNs – Understanding Misunderstanding” from October 16, 2020 to March 7, 2021. While we mostly think of translation as interpreting written or spoken words, the exhibition will also examine other forms of communication, incorporating all the senses. It also looks at food as a way to communicate between cultures, something we can totally get behind. We hope you have a chance to visit the exhibition in person or online. We have a feeling it’s going to provoke a lot of interesting conversations within our team, too.

21_21 design site exterior, Roppongi, Tokyo
21_21 Design Site

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