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Under the Skin of History: A Conversation with Amazonian Indigenous Artist Denilson Baniwa

Denilson Baniwa, Indigenous artist; with Ikaika Ramones, Anthropology; Irene Small, Art & Archaeology; Lilia Moritz Schwarcz, Spanish & Portuguese

Wed, 4/24 · 5:30 pm7:00 pm · 219 Aaron Burr Hall

Brazil LAB; Department of Anthropology; Princeton University Art Museum

Join us for an event with Amazonian Indigenous artist Denilson Baniwa in conversation with Ikaika Ramones (assistant professor, Anthropology), Irene Small (associate professor, Art & Archaeology), and Lilia Moritz Schwarcz (visiting professor, Spanish & Portuguese). The event is organized in conjunction with the exhibition Denilson Baniwa: Under the Skin of History at Art@Bainbridge.

Working in a wide range of media, Baniwa grapples with legacies of colonialism in the Americas and highlights Indigenous knowledge and resistance. João Biehl (Susan Dod Brown Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Brazil LAB) and Juliana Ochs Dweck (chief curator, Princeton University Art Museum) will moderate.

Join us in-person at 219 Aaron Burr Hall or livestream the panel here. Reception to follow.

Co-organized by the Brazil LAB, the Department of Anthropology, and the Princeton University Art Museum. Co-sponsors of the project include the High Meadows Environmental Institute, University Center for Human Values, the Humanities Council, the Program in Latin American Studies, and the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies. Additional supporters include the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, the Department of Art & Archaeology, the Lewis Center for the Arts, and the Effron Center for the Study of America.

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