June 2, 20225:30pm - 8:00pm

Virtual Panel Discussion: UN Resolution 181

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Virtual Panel Discussion: UN Resolution 181   Image courtesy of Rustin McCann

Please join SPACES artists Hương Ngô and Hong-An Trương for a moderated discussion with John Quigley (Professor of International and Comparative Law, Ohio State University), Nitasha Dhillon and Amin Husain (Co-Founders, MTL Collective + Decolonize This Place), and Stephen Cory (Professor of History and Comparative Religion, Cleveland State University).

The panel, presented via Zoom, will discuss the history and ramifications of UN Resolution 181, which partitioned Palestine into a Jewish and Arab State in 1947. The event will begin at 5:30PM with a virtual walkthrough of the artists' exhibition on view, To The People Of That Future We Leave That Legacy.

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About the Artists

Hương Ngô

Hương Ngô is an artist whose research-based practice connects personal and political histories using a conceptual, interdisciplinary, and often collaborative approach. Performance and, alternately, the absented body and its traces are strongly present in her work, which often asks how the ideological imprints itself on our material realities and how... Go to Artist Page

Hong-An Trương

Hong-An Trương uses photography, sound, video, and performance to examine histories of war and immigrant and refugee narratives through a decolonial framework. By interrogating archival materials, she examines the production of knowledge through structures of time and memory. Her interdisciplinary projects are premised on the concept that aesthetic battles are... Go to Artist Page

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