October 29FRANKLIN D. MURPHY LECTURE SERIES: INTERSECTIONS OF IDENTITY: EXPRESSION, EXCHANGE, AND HYBRIDITY UNFINISHED (WE ARE WHAT’S LEFT UNDONE): IDENTITY, PERFORMATIVE RACIAL SCRIPTS & THE NECESSITY OF THE ANTI-COLONIAL ICONOCLAST
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Artist and writer M. Carmen Lane discusses identity politics, intersectionality, and the paradoxes of socially engaged practices in contemporary art. Lane has said, “At the core of my practice is the investigation of the responsibilities inherent in carrying unfinished ancestral business in the body--individually and collectively within a system.” This lecture is part of the Murphy Lecture Series, which seeks to amplify the voices of scholars and artists whose work explores individual and collective identities as those intersect with notions of the body, dis/ability, gender, heritage, and race.
Sponsored By: Kress Foundation Department of Art History, Spencer Museum of Art, KU Department of Visual Art, Lawrence Arts Center, Lawrence Public Library, Raven Bookstore, BLACK Lawrence, and other community partners.