Maria Gaspar: Disappearance Landscape
February 6, 2021
Disappearance Landscape is a virtual workshop that uses the body to interrogate and intervene highly contested sites. Using green screen strategies, participants will examine jails, prisons, border walls, conflict zones, and other places of power in order to mediate, flip, dissect, transpose, or dismantle forms of oppression and confinement.
Registration information forthcoming. If you are a University of Washington graduate student who would like to reserve a spot in the workshop, please email email@example.com. A recording of the workshop will be shared here on the colloquium website.