TUESDAY / SEPTEMBER 10 / 6–8PM
HEMISPHERIC INSTITUTE OF PERFORMANCE & POLITICS
20 COOPER SQUARE, 5TH FLOOR, CONFERENCE ROOM
DECLASSIFYING THE ARCHIVE: Art, Visual Documentation, and Human Rights
What has been the impact of declassifying the archive in post-dictatorship Chile, 40 years after the military coup? Discussants: photographer SUSAN MEISELAS; FRED RITCHIN (Photography and Imaging, NYU), PETER KORNBLUH (National Security Archives); JOSE FALCONI (Art Forum, Harvard). Moderator: DIANA TAYLOR (Director, Hemispheric Institute of Performance & Politics / Performance Studies, NYU).
CO-SPONSORS: CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES; HEMISPHERIC INSTITUTE; MUSEUM STUDIES; GLOBAL PROGRAMS AT GALLATIN; HISTORY; KING JUAN CARLOS I OF SPAIN CENTER.
photo: Associated Press