Chemehuevi artist Cara Romero speaks about her photographic practice and recent projects engaging with contemporary issues of Native representation and identity. Romero's photograph "Coyote Tales, No. 1" is in the museum's collection and is currently on view in the exhibition "Sweaty Concepts."
Join Kameelah Janan Rasheed, whose site-specific installation "Worshipping at the Altar of Certainty" is on view at the Williams College Museum of Art, for a conversation with the exhibition's co-curators, Mallory Cohen MA '20, Nidhi Gandhi MA '20, and Elyse Mack MA '20. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions throughout the program.
Berlin-based artist Christine Sun Kim discusses her wide-ranging practice around sound and language. Her work reflects on her experiences as part of the Deaf community and comments on the visual representation of sound, alongside its social and political operations, using performance, video, drawing, writing, and technology. This talk is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Sweaty Concepts, which includes work by Kim from the Williams College Museum of Art's collection. The talk will be presented with ASL (American Sign Language) interpretation.