The Body of the People
Presented as part of THE SOCIAL, the Fourth International Association for Visual Culture Biennial Conference.
Hosted in collaboration with Arts Administration at Boston University and a range of international and Boston-based institutional and private partners.
Hosted in collaboration with the Arts Administration at the Boston University, the Victoria and Albert Museum and a range of international and Boston-based institutional private partners.
Experience a contemporary art installation and performance that interweaves iconic language and visual images into a poetic discourse on current drastic political changes. Multimedia artist and educator Jeffrey Baykal-Rollins draws on protests he has participated in and documented to create immersive art that questions the idea of representation in the political upheavals taking place in the United States today.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, advance registration requested at http://osmhsept29-16.bpt.me
(Image courtesy of Jeffrey Baykal-Rollins: Charcoal on paper, 2016.)
Old South Meeting House (View)
310 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02108
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