Luis Camnitzer included in a panel discussion on Art, Ethics and New Identities at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) 25th Anniversary Symposium, held at SUNY Global Center, New York, NY.
The institution's press release follows:
This panel aims to address art, race and justice in the current transnational art ecosystem, and particularly in residencies. According to artist Francisco Guevara, residencies are spaces where “important ethical questions intersect.” Residencies build connections across cultures and differences, and with this in mind, the panel will consider the ethical responsibilities and commitments of institutions in supporting exchange, new identities, artistic freedom and even confrontation and resistance.
Speakers: Luis Camnitzer, artist and Professor Emeritus of Art, SUNY Old Westbury; Aruna D’Souza, writer and author of Whitewalling: Art, Race, and Protest in 3 Acts; Howardena Pindell, artist and Professor of Art, SUNY Stonybrook; and Jillian Steinhauer, writer and cultural critic
Moderator: Jillian Steinhauer
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) 25th Anniversary Symposium
Panel Discussion on Art, Ethics and New Identities
Friday, December 6, 2019, 3:45 PM
SUNY Global Center
New York, NY