Trace Evidence is a media exhibition and panel discussion at Minnesota Street Project in which visual artists Zhou Tao, Mo Kong, and Connie Zheng present works considering issues of environmental change focused on China. Curated by Annie Malcolm and Rachelle Reichert.
Exhibition Dates: September 8th – 29th, 2018.
Trace Evidence will take place in affiliation with the Global Climate Action Summit and in partnership with Public Knowledge.
PUBLIC PROGRAM: PANEL DISCUSSION
Global China: Cross-Cultural Conversation on The Work of Art in the Age of the Anthropocene
Minnesota Street Project, in conjunction with the exhibition Trace Evidence
September 11th, 2018, 6pm
Kim Anno, MFA, Professor of Fine Art, California College of the Arts, Executive Director, Wild Projects, Visual artist
Renee Lertzman, Ph.D., Author: Environmental Melancholia: Psychoanalytic Dimensions of Engagement
Rachel Stern, Ph.D., Professor of Law and Political Science, UC Berkeley, Author: Environmental Litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence
Winnie Wong, Ph.D., Professor of Rhetoric, UC Berkeley, Author: Vangogh on Demand: China and the Readymade
Nancy Lim, assistant curator of painting at SFMOMA
Trace Evidence's public program will be a panel affiliated with GCAS, bringing together a unique mix of art world and climate change experts for a conversation about the work of visual representation in understanding and taking action on climate change. Moderated by Nancy Lim, assistant curator of painting at SFMOMA, panel participants include experts from diverse geographic and disciplinary backgrounds.
Image: Zhou Tao, Fán Dòng (The Worldly Cave), 2017, Single channel 4K UHD, color and sound, 47min 53sec. Courtesy of the artist and Vitamin Creative Space.