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NEW YORK, September 10, 2009 - Exhibition curator Salima Hashmi and three Hanging Fire artists discuss the growing opportunities for global communication and interaction among Pakistani artists. (2 min., 21 sec.)
Identifying the structural inequities in the arts, panelists consider the racial, gender, and other representational issues within their own organizations and offer measures that promote more meaningful engagement with local communities.
Panelists share experiences, suggestions, and strategies for how cultural institutions can navigate the balance between responding to calls to action while remaining true to their institutional identities.
Artists Anida Yoeu Ali and Tania El Khoury present works that demonstrate the striking capacity of performance to address the legacies and traces of colonial power, followed by a discussion with artist, curator, and professor Việt Lê.