Artists-in-Dialogue

Confronting Disaster
ARTISTS-IN-DIALOGUE

Confronting Disaster

Friday, April 15, 2016

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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