Disappearance Landscape with Maria Gaspar - Session 2

February 6, 1:30 - 3:00PM


Disappearance Landscape is a virtual workshop designed and facilitated by artist Maria Gaspar that uses the body to interrogate and intervene in highly contested sites. Using green screen strategies, participants will examine jails, prisons, border walls, conflict zones, and other places of power in order to mediate, flip, dissect, transpose, or dismantle forms of oppression and confinement.

The Henry Art Gallery will be mailing free kits to workshop registrants, that include paper and adhesive, to construct a greenscreen background for the participatory workshop. Once registered for this event, please email your preferred shipping address to ians@henryart.org. Because this workshop requires a mailed component, please register by January 26 to ensure receipt of your kit. Kits should arrive the week of February 1. Due to timing and shipping constraints, mailed kits will be limited to registrants residing in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

This workshop is accessible with an internet connection and ability to join a zoom meeting. We strive to provide services and accommodations for anyone who needs assistance. Please email contact-programs@henryart.org with particular accessibility needs or concerns you may have.


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