Artists-in-Dialogue

Confronting Disaster
ARTISTS-IN-DIALOGUE

Confronting Disaster

Friday, April 15, 6:30 PM

Join this stimulating conversation with two artists working on the cutting edge of the visual arts and environmental justice. Munemasa Takahashi is the artist of Lost and Found, a project featured in In the Wake focusing on the recovery, restoration and digitization of personal photographs lost in the 3/11 disaster. He is joined by Brooklyn-based new media artist Hakan Topal, Ph.D., who for over a decade has concentrated on new approaches to art and design in the face of disaster, both natural and man-made. Followed by an exclusive gallery talk with the artists and a reception.

Tickets: $18/$15 Japan Society members, seniors & students (includes exhibition admission)

Part of Commemorating the 5th Anniversary of 3/11, an institution-wide series of programming that examines the post-3/11 recovery and reconstruction process and the tremendous challenges that remain.

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