With the help and support of many people, we were finally able to publish the second issue of Polyphony. Access our newest work!
To watch Kore-eda Hirokazu’s After Life (1998) is to watch countless people telling and retelling countless life stories, and we could all relate to them despite knowing that they are all fiction, because we could easily find ourselves in those stories.
This illness narrative is an intentionally incomplete and open-ended work that attempts to create a dialogue with a girl called Suzu through the lens of illness and suffering.
Nguyen Manh Quoc Trung writes of his experience as a first generation discovery program student at Okayama University.
Pictures seem to prompt more thoughts and imaginations on what else the subject can be, and understanding a picture then creates a compilation of thoughts on its representations, combined with an eagerness to think even more. Hence a need to branch out to even more representations.