Resident artist Lan Tuazon presents on her current body of work titled, Future Fossils, a series of sculptures that gives form to the growing population of objects we live with and the new human geology it foretells. This program begins with Tuazon presenting a photo essay with sources from cultural anthropology and artifacts re-imagining space as body, and body as content contained. Following, she will have a conversation on the project and her practice with Karsten Lund, Assistant Curator from the Renaissance Society.
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