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Some of Us Did Not Die: Exhibition Launch & Artist Talk
28 November 2018 Free
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The mainstream environmental movement continues to exclude, devalue and threaten the lives and lands of people of color. In recognition of Lost Species Day, this exhibition features the work of three POC identified artists with distinct approaches to exploring the environmental impact of racism and capitalism as on-going social disasters.
In conversation with the past, the future, and each other, the work explores strategies and connections required to survive our current apocalyptic conditions. Whiteness has framed racialized bodies and knowledge as expendable, inconsequential, or hazardous to the values of empire.
But some of us did not die.
Join curator Imani Robinson in conversation with ONCA’s resident artists Matice Moore, Tsai Tung Li and Laurèl Hadleigh at the launch event for the exhibition of works emerging from their Lost Species Day residency on the Barge.
Reserve your place at the conversation here. The ticketed talks will take place from 6 -7 and the gallery will be open to all from 7 – 8pm.
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