Artist's talk: Mami Takahashi
Monday, April 15, 2013 - 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Join us to hear Mami Takahashi speak about her artwork.
Mami Takahashi is trained as a traditional Japanese painter. Her work explores self-identity within different cultural contexts. Takahashi’s work attempts to bridge the gap between traditional Japanese culture and contemporary society. Her paintings, mixed media, sculptures, video and performance-based works evoke the sense of alienation, isolation and detachment that occurs when one is between cultures.
Mami Takahashi’s works can be seen at http://mamitakahashi.tumblr.com/
Multimedia Classroom building, room 107
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