November 15th to 19th: Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm
Ethnographic Terminalia is an initiative designed to celebrate borders without necessarily exalting them. It brings artists and anthropologists together to present emerging research as multimedia installations, and to create a space where art and ethnography collide.
The current exhibit offers challenging new approaches to the Israeli-Palestine conflict, Argentinian political repression, South African apartheid, Jewish heritage tourism in Europe, and narratives of Holocaust memory, pioneering the ethnographic media lab as a space of intercultural dialogue and aesthetic and communicative experimentation.
Eastern Bloc Centre for New Media and Interdisciplinary Art, 7240 Clark, 2nd floor