Where Do We Migrate To? at CADVC March 17

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Where Do We Migrate To? 
Mar. 17 – Apr. 30
Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Mar. 17
CADVC, 1st floor Fine Arts

Where Do We Migrate To?* curated by Niels Van Tomme, explores contemporary issues of migration and experiences of displacement and exile. The exhibition features work in diverse media by nineteen internationally recognized artists and collectives including Acconci Studio, Svetlana Boym, Blane De St. Croix, Lara Dhondt, Brendan Fernandes, Claire Fontaine, Nicole Franchy, Andrea Geyer, Isola and Norzi, Kimsooja, Pedro Lasch, Adrian Piper, Raqs Media Collective, Société Réaliste, Julika Rudelius, Xaviera Simmons, Fereshteh Toosi, Philippe Vandenberg, and Eric Van Hove. An illustrated, scholarly catalogue will be published.

Where Do We Migrate To? Film Series
Accompanying the exhibition is a special film series, curated by Sonja Simonyi. Please join us for a wide range of international filmmakers and video artists throughout March and April. The first screening will be held at Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University, the day after the opening reception of the exhibition.

Opening Program: Fortress Europe
6:30 p.m. Friday, Mar. 18th
Screened at Johns Hopkins University, Shriver Hall

At intermission the curator of the series, Sonja Simonyi will deliver comments. Please join us for an after-screening reception at the back of the theatre.

Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Fine Arts Building, Room 105
Baltimore, Maryland 21250

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