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Mamoru Nakagawa Kaga Zogan Metal Inlay
Mamoru Nakagawa, via Yoshio Ikezaki's translation, explains the significance of being a Japanese Living National Treasure. He...

Mamoru Nakagawa Kaga Zogan Metal Inlay

October 17, 2008 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Mamoru Nakagawa, via Yoshio Ikezaki’s translation, explains the significance of being a Japanese Living National Treasure. He explains the manner in which he creates his own tools and seeks to be innovative, as well as maintain tradition. He discusses his innovative methods and the science of mixing compound metals. He describes his design inspiration, derived from nature and its constant changes. He then explains his philosophy in teaching. Nakagawa discusses the necessity of having clear focus and minimizing distractions in order to concentrate on the production of work.

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Nakagawa discusses the inspiration for his designs which are derived by nature. He states that his goal is to always challenge...