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2022-23 Old Dominion Public Lecture Series – The Buddhist Wheel of Rebirth: Painting & Performance, Then & Now

010 East Pyne Princeton

The wheel of rebirth is a familiar sight in Buddhist cultures. The wheel symbolizes the cycle of birth and death, and paintings with stock images of pleasure and pain constitute a visual curriculum in Buddhist temples. This talk interrogates old and new representations of the wheel of rebirth—some arguably post-capitalist or Protestant—to reconsider the performative […]

Art Hx Presents: A Conversation with Artist Nate Lewis

James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau Street Princeton

During this conversation, artist Nate Lewis, the 2022-23 Art Hx: Visual and Medical Legacies of British Colonialism artist-in-residence, will speak about his practice and recent work exploring monuments, time, COVID-19, and movement/dance. This conversation will be moderated by Jessica Womack, Art Hx Project Manager and PhD Candidate, Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. This event will be held […]

“The Architecture of Disability”

Room N107, School of Architecture Room N107, School of Architecture, Princeton

In this presentation, David Gissen will outline a few key concepts from his new book, The Architecture of Disability: Buildings, Cities and Landscapes Beyond Access (University of Minnesota Press, 2022). Disability critiques of architecture usually emphasize the need for modification and increased access, but The Architecture of Disability calls for a radical reorientation of this […]

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