Passage: Migration A performance by Ashmina Ranjit

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Performance Art by Ashmina Ranjit
Fulbright Scholar and Internationally Recognized Artist

Tuesday, Feb. 25th 5pm-6:30pm
66 W. 12th St., 5th Fl., Klein Conference Room (510)

The performance aims to explore the narratives of transition and assimilation, the experiences in living in the liminal space of belonging, and the idea of prabas and prabasi, one who has left home to settle in a new land.

Discussant: Radhika Subramaniam, Director/Chief Curator of the Sheila C. Johnson Center and Assistant Professor of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons The New School for Design.

Learn more about Ashmina Ranjit and her work here.



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