Collapsing Histories: time, space, and memory
Wednesday, October 1, 5–7PM
Panel: November 3
8PM Porter Dining Hall
with artists Robin Kandel, Hanna Hannah moderated by Aaron Kerner.
About the Exhibition
Collapsing Histories: time, space, and memory is a unique cross-cultural and interdisciplinary exhibition of the catastrophic experience, curated by Aaron Kerner. The exhibition is composed of nine artists, who approach the catastrophic experience in their work. The artists, however, have not directly experienced the catastrophic; they are drawing on earlier generations' experiences (often their own parents). Such endeavors inevitably address questions regarding the continuity of history, space, and memory especially in the face of the unrelenting passage of time.
Collapsing Histories SYMPOSIUM:
Friday, October 3, 4-6PM: @ University Center. Panel with UCSC faculty members Murray Baumgarten (Literature and Jewish Studies) and Catherine Sousloff (History of Art and Visual Culture) moderated by Aaron Kerner (Exhibition Curator), followed by a panel with the artists. Admission is free; reservations requested: firstname.lastname@example.org
Film screening of Barefoot Gen, a portrayal of the Atomic Bombing of Japan created by artist Keiji Nakazawa. 8pm @ Media Theater, Theater Arts Complex.
Lecture: With artist James Fee for the UCSC Art Dept.
Monday Nov. 3 @ 2:0Opm Baskin Art Department, Seminar Room D101.
Panel: Monday, November 3, 8pm @ Porter Dining Hall with artists James Fee, Robin Kandel, Hanna Hannah moderated by Aaron Kerner.
Summer 2004 • Japan
Daigo Fukuryu Maru Exhibition Hall