Junko's Writings

Junko Chodos
Art and Ideas

Junko's Writings
Selected Works
About Junko
Junko believes that it is part of her mission to develop art as an intellectual endeavor, related to other intellectual endeavors. She writes and lectures extensively on the nature of her art and of the creative process she goes through, as well as on the themes with which she is concerned, and which reveal themselves in her art. Here are some of her selected lectures and writings: Copyright and all associated rights in these materials are expressly reserved by Junko Chodos.

What Art Can Do/Breaking Boundaries
(Talk delivered at SFASU, Jan. 27, 2018)
Memoir, begun in 1999 and completed in 2017Out of the Mansion of the Motoyasu - forthcoming in 2016
Paper given Feb. 23, 2011 at UCLA Image and Revelation in the 21st Century (in the Art Chamber)
Paper given October 9, 2003 at Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CaliforniaFollow this link
Paper given Nov. 13, 2004, at Conference, "Visions and Dreams", Claremont Graduate UniversityJ'sTalkFINAL.pdf
This is a long file: do not try to download without a high-speed internet connection
Articles in Watani InternationalFollow this link.
Spiritual Refugee (1998)One of Junko's early statements about her art.
Centripetal Art (1998)A companion statement