fD founder participates in Aesthetic Justice seminar (May 14) in NYC

Posted on May 6, 2011 | No Comments

Provisions Learning Project and Lambent Foundation invite you to the Aesthetic Justice Seminar, curated by Thomas Keenan and Niels Van Tomme.  The seminar is organized within the framework of Provisions’s current Aesthetic Justice exhibition at Lambent Foundation, which features the works of Alyse Emdur, Rajkamal Kahlon, Carlos Motta, and Larissa Sansour. This daylong seminar will stage a number of thought-provoking dialogues between the artist in the exhibition and renowned human rights practitioners, scholars, writers, and journalists. The aim is to explore the intersections between artistic practices and the field of human rights, and to discuss implications for the notion and practice of justice.  Saturday, May 14, program runs from  10 AM to 6 PM — RSVP for the seminar and learn more about the exhibit.

Participants include — Artists: Alyse EmdurRajkamal KahlonCarlos Motta, and Larissa Sansour as well as Sam Gregory (Witness), Daniel Karpowitz (Bard Prison Initiative), Amitava Kumar (writer and journalist), Todd Lester (freeDimensional), Shannon Brunette (Lambent Foundation), Thomas Keenan (Bard Human Rights Project), and Niels Van Tomme (Provisions Learning Project).


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