Talks Series

Mark Sealy: Photography, Race, Rights, and Representation

Virtual Event

The photographers discussed share a forensic dialogue with photography’s past and offer navigational tools for its future possibilities in the making of new identities and histories. We need to keep open cultural portals in which to discuss the application of photography as a vehicle for self-determination, remaking histories, and visual forms of resistance. The aim is a visual voyage through the...

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Talks Series

Hamed Sinno: Queerness in/as Metaphor

Virtual Event

An analysis of several musical and literary texts by Mashrou Leila, as sites for negotiating the discursive boundaries of gender construction in the public sphere, and an attempt to frame the work within ongoing conversations about the limits of representation as a mode of political engagement. Hamed Sinno (they/he) is a New York based musician, poet, vocal instructor, and social...

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