Uno et Deleuze

It was Uno who pointed out that the ground for the Japanese reception of Deleuze was laid by the Bergson scholar Hideo Kobayashi.

– Gary Genosko ed., Deleuze and Guattari: Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers, Routledge, London, 2001, p. 9

– Tatsumi Hijikata, Gibasan, 1972

3. “Lettre à Uno sur le langage” in Gendai shisõ (La Revue de la pensée aujourd’hui) (Tokyo) Dec. 1982, pp.50-58. Translated into Japanese by Kuniichi Uno.

4. [Gilles Deleuze] with Kuniichi Uno: “Exposé d’une poétique rhizomatique” in Gendai shisõ (La Revue de la pensée aujourd’hui) (Tokyo) Dec. 1982, pp.94-102. Translated into Japanese by Kuniichi Uno. Consists of a letter from Uno to Deleuze (pp.94-100), Deleuze’s letter in reply (100-101), and a transcript of telephone comments by both (101-102).

4. “Lettre à Uno: Comment nous avons travaillé àdeux” in Gendai shisõ (La Revue de la pensée aujourd’hui) (Tokyo) 12:11 (#9, 1984), pp.8-11. Translated into Japanese by Kuniichi Uno.

5. “Le Temps musical” in Gendai shisõ (La Revue de la pensée aujourd’hui) (Tokyo) 12:11 (#9, 1984), pp.294-298. Translated into Japanese by Kuniichi Uno.

12. Uno, Kuniichi. “Artaud et l’espace des forces.” Doctorat d’université 1980.

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– Tatsumi Hijikata, Gibasan, 1972

Kunnischi UNO, Artaud et l’espace des forces, thèse dirigée par Gilles Deleuze, Université Paris VIII.

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In a letter to his Japanese translator, Kuniichi Uno, about “How Félix and I Worked Together,” Deleuze notes that, in contradistinction to Guattari’s bustle of psychiatric and political group activism, he is “more like a hill: I don’t move much, I can’t manage two projects at once, I obsess over my ideas, and the few movements I do have are internal.”

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Kuniichi Uno is the Japanese translator of Gilles Deleuze and Samuel Beckett. He directed the translation of Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s influential Thousand Plateaux as well as Antonin Artaud’s radio-play To Have Done With the Judgment of God. Uno’s conference, in French, at the Agora de la Danse, investigates time, catastrophe and the body in the work of Min Tanaka, Antonin Artaud, and Uno’s teacher Tatsumi Hijikata.

Lecture by Kuniichi Uno
Corps-genèse ou temps-catastrophe—Autour de Min Tanaka, de Tatsumi Hijikata et d’Antonin Artaud
At l’Agora de la danse

– 2002, here

– Min Tanaka

Thanks to Alexis for providing these leads