Cycles of Production Lecture: Clarissa Tossin | Boston

Cycles of Production Lecture: Clarissa Tossin

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Clarissa Tossin is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles, California. Using installation, video, performance, sculpture, and photography, she investigates material cultural production and the ways in which they simultaneously represent the hybridization of global cultures and the persistence of difference. For instance, her recent project on Ford’s rubber plantation villages in the Amazon forest was triggered by the odd fact that the architecture of the workers’ houses was modeled after New England cottages.

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Monday, February 12th 2018 06:30pm

Where?

Northeastern University School of Architecture
151 Ryder Hall, Northeastern University
02115 Boston

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