Whether as a site of memory or a mode of resistance, the landscapes we inhabit – and depend upon – are intimately connected to history, politics, and national identity. Departing from the exhibition History from Below the Mountain: Tshibumba Kanda- Matulu and Sammy Baloji, this 3 in 30 tour will explore issues of land use, territorial disputes, and access to natural resources as expressed in works of global contemporary art.
Cost: Free, No Tickets Required
Tue, Aug 6 | 11 am–12 pm
Thu, Aug 8 | 6:30–7 pm
Meet at Visitor Services