Our Lives, Our Space: Installation Views October 4, 2009Posted by claralieu in Installing Exhibitions, photography.
Tags: gender, korea, photography, women's studies
Over the past week, Photography Professor Judith Black from the Art Department and Professor Sealing Cheng from the Women’s and Gender Studies Department have been working on the installation of “Our Lives, Our Space: Views of Women in a Red-light District“, in the Sculpture Court in the Jewett Arts Center.
This exhibition is a part of a larger program titled Envisioning “Global Korea” from the Margins: Gender, Sexuality, and Social Transformation which was organized by Professor Sealing Cheng. This program involves this photography exhibition as well as a symposium. The opening reception for this exhibition will be on Thurs., Oct. 22 at 3:30pm.