NOVEMBER 18, 2021 — Beyond the widely considered western construct of colonization, the sociopolitical and cultural ramifications of forced occupation as well as regional imperialism within Asia relating to issues of race, ethnicity, and nationality are analyzed through the lens of local histories, cultural institutions, and art making practices. Panelists include Manray Hsu, Art Critic/Curator; Dinh Q. Lê, Artist; and Yoshiko Shimada, Artist and Lecturer, University of Tokyo. Moderated by Ming Tiampo, Professor, Carleton University. (1 hr., 17 min.)
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