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Swerve Conversation Series: Keke Brown and Yo-Yo Lin
Dec
4
7:30 PM19:30

Swerve Conversation Series: Keke Brown and Yo-Yo Lin

2019 Denniston Hill resident Keke Brown and Yo-Yo Lin will be in conversation on community art practice that is racially equitable and disability-led. The conversation will center on artists of color working around modes of access and accessibility.

Presented in partnership with the Laundromat Project.

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Digital Colonialism
Aug
12
6:30 PM18:30

Digital Colonialism

Artist, activist, writer and educator, Morehshin Allahyari, a Denniston Hill 2019 artist in residence, looks critically at the political and social underpinnings of the everyday, examining human relations through the lens of the digital. Allahyari is specifically interested in what she has coined “digital colonialism,” the tendency for information technologies to be deployed in ways that reproduce colonial power relations.

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May
23
6:30 PM18:30

In Rehearsal

As artists are increasingly reflecting on modes of institutional knowledge production to make their work the role of the curator is shifting. This workshop thought through how these changes are shaping artist-curator dynamics, engagement and relationship to institutions, and community; as well as possibilities for curators and artists to work together to create contexts for performance in museums without dedicated performance departments.

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Between Sadness and Sanity
Nov
30
6:30 PM18:30

Between Sadness and Sanity

Denniston Hill and the Dedalus Foundation presents a conversation between Autumn Knight, whose work is interested in Black interiority in relation to coerced public spectacle and Nana Adusei-Poku, a Ghanian- German scholar whose current work focuses on cultural shifts and afro-pessimist aesthetics in Black Cultures.

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