Tuesday, January 23, 7-8pm
Through a diasporic lens, Christina Hajjar will take up several artist books to consider themes of home, time, memory, and ritual. She asks, “what does it mean to be/feel at home?,” as she engages with the intimacies, situatedness, and use of longing in each work. Join us for a talk, a cup of rose tea, and a low-pressure activity!
Artist Books & Multiples:
“Galaxies of Pleasure Galaxies of Healing” by Carmella Farahbakhsh
“I was here” by Monica Mercedes Martinez
“Institute for Durational Futures: brought to you by ESSENTIALHAPPINESSPOSSIBILITY” by Desearch Repartment
summer sometimes by sophie wonfor
Collecting Light by the Pinhole Artist Collective
Flowers and their meanings by Karen Azoulay
Christina Hajjar is a first-generation Lebanese-Canadian queer femme emerging artist, writer, and organizer. She currently attends aceartinc’s Cartae Open School, co-edits Whiny Femmes, and sits on programming committees at Flux Gallery and MAWA. She has recently completed undergrads in Women’s and Gender Studies as well as Business and Administration. christinahajjar.com
Christina Hajjar, preserve/decay, performance, 2017. Photo by Carmen Aleman.
Also As Well Too is an accessible space that can be found by going to the second floor of the Buhler Building, moving straight ahead, and then veering slightly right.