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March 17, 2011

Where Do We Migrate To?

University of Maryland Baltimore County
Where Do We Migrate To?figure

Where Do We Migrate To? features nineteen internationally recognized artists and collectives: Acconci Studio, Svetlana Boym, Blane De St. Croix, Lara Dhondt, Brendan Fernandes, Claire Fontaine, Nicole Franchy, Andrea Geyer, Isola and Norzi, Kimsooja, Pedro Lasch, Adrian Piper, Raqs Media Collective, Société Réaliste, Julika Rudelius, Xaviera Simmons, Fereshteh Toosi, Philippe Vandenberg, and Eric Van Hove.

An accompanying film and video program, curated by Sonja Simonyi, will feature a series of programs/screenings by a broad range of international filmmakers and video artists: Chantal Akerman, Herman Asselberghs, Ursula Biemann, Pavel Brailia, Oliver Husain, Isaac Julien, Tanja Ostojic, Egle Rakauskaite, Ben Russell, Ulirch Seidl, Usha Seejarim, Lonnie van Brummelen, and Siebren de Haan.

Admission to the exhibition and film program is free. The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm and is located in the Fine Arts Building of UMBC. For more information call 410-455-3188, or www.umbc.edu/cadvc.

Catalogue
Where Do We Migrate To?
Contributions by Svetlana Boym, Amitava Kumar, Aaron Schuster, and Niels Van Tomme Published by the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
Available from D.A.P | Distributed Art Publishers, Inc.

Panel discussionMigrants EverywherePresentations by Pedro Lasch, Xaviera Simmons, and Niels Van TommeApril 21, 2011, 4–6 pmCenter for Art, Design and Visual Culture

The exhibition and catalogue are made possible, in part, with the support of the Flemish Government through Flanders House New York.

The title of the exhibition is inspired by Julika Rudelius’s video Where Do We Migrate To, 2005.

The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at the University of Maryland Baltimore County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the study of contemporary art and visual culture, critical theory, art and cultural history, criticism, and the relationship between society and the arts. Disciplines represented include painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital art, video, film, television, design, architecture, advertising, and installation and performance art. The Center sponsors art exhibitions, community outreach and public art projects, and publications. Its exhibitions and accompanying travelogues—one-person and retrospectives shows, as well as thematic and experimental projects—give voice to the artists, subjects, and curatorial approaches that are often ignored or underrepresented in mainstream museums.

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