Conversation Piece: Neger Don't Call Me & Lacrimacorpus
Explore racial and national identity.
Video art captures and demands viewers’ attention in ways other media cannot. Often presented as immersive experiences, video installations engage multiple senses while requiring a commitment of time to view and appreciate.
During NMWA’s weekly “Conversation Pieces” series, view selected videos featured in the special exhibition, Total Art: Contemporary Video, and then join NMWA staff and fellow participants for a conversation about what you saw, heard, felt, and thought.
This week, Assistant Educator Ashley W. Harris facilitates a conversation about themes connecting Mwangi Hutter’s Neger Don’t Call Me (2000) and Janaina Tschäpe’s Lacrimacorpus (2004).
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Featuring recently acquired works in NMWA’s collection as well as loans from private and public collections, the exhibition highlights the inventive processes that sustain women artists’ position at the forefront of video. Total Art reflects the continued global scope of video. The exhibition features works by Dara Birnbaum, Kimsooja, Mariko Mori, Mwangi Hutter, Alex Prager, Pipilotti Rist, Michal Rovner, Margaret Salmon, Eve Sussman, and Janaina Tschäpe.