In this informal lively conversation offering different perspectives, U-M Institute for Humanities Curator Amanda Krugliak, independent filmmaker Donald Harrison, sound artist and U-M Stamps Professor Stephanie Rowden, U-M History of Art Professor David Doris, and Ann Arbor Film Festival Executive Director Leslie Raymond consider the current UMMA exhibition Jem Cohen: Life Drawing. The group will discuss the work's travelogue-like structure, its unique combinations of images and sound, movement and stillness, which together give a sense of creative journeying.
Browse the exhibition from 5:30-6pm. Discussion in the Multipurpose Room begins at 6pm.
This program is part of the Institute for Humanities Year of Conversions, a year-long examination of change and transformation and co-presented with UMMA.