Presentation by Beatriz Santiago Munoz as part of Conversations in Contemporary Art (CICA)
Visit today Hanako Hoshimi-Caines’ online project and its complement Holographic Ki – behind the scenes. A Japanese-mess-mix musical made with the artist’s mother, Holographic Ki delves into nonlinear aging, the fluidity of the “host” position, and emergent icons created from the mundane as conjurers of real and imaginary ancestors.
To learn more about the project, read the conversation between Hanako Hoshimi-Caines and Anne Caines.
Explore the second part of Terms: Vulnerability now available online. This edition continues the reflection initiated in Part 1 on the term and notion of “vulnerability,” this time considering it from the angle of information technologies and computer security.
The program includes texts by researcher in law, policy, and computer security Yuan Stevens, and by artist, researcher, and cultural worker Anne-Marie Trépanier, as well as three videos by artist Elizabeth Vander Zaag from the late 1970s and early 1980s.
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