The Imagery of Wind

General Editor, Junko Ninagawa. The editorial board for the extended proceedings of the international symposium “The Imagery of Wind.”


Junko Ninagawa (Professor Emerita, Kansai; University, Japan)

Introductory Remarks 
Haruo Noma (Specially Appointed Professor, Kansai University, Japan)

Part 1 Principals and Representations of Wind

Chapter 1
Primordial Winds. Cosmogony and Breath
Barbara Baert (Professor, Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium)

Chapter 2
Revealing the Invisible – Imagery of the Wind in the Religious Art
Ryusaku Nagaoka (Professor, Tohoku University, Japan)

Part 2 The Modern Philospphical and Artistic Reflections on the issues of Primonial Wind

Chapter 3
J.M.W. Turner's Pneumatic Form or Wind
Shinichi Tomioka (Chief Curator, Koriyama City Museum of Art, Japan)

Chapter 4
The Pneuma in Contemporary Art – From Representation to Presence and Concept
Vlad Ionescu (Associate Professor, Hasselt University, Belgium)

Chapter 5
The Wind Egg Experiment
Haseeb Ahmed (Contemporary Artist, Belgium)

Part 3 Winds in the Art History

Chapter 6
The Representation of Wind by Rogier van der Weyden
Junko Ninagawa (Professor Emerita, Kansai University, Japan)

Chapter 7
The Representation of Wind in the Paintings of Nicolas Poussin — Focusing on the Two Versions of The Return from Egypt
Miki Kuramochi (Associate Professor, Kobe Gakuin University, Japan)   

Painting Wind: On Some Sublime Aspects of Art and Nature
Zoltán Somhegyi (Associate Professor, Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Hungary)