Roski Talks: Annette Miae Kim

Tues, Aug 30, 7pm
Roski Graduate Building
Los Angeles Arts District

 

Roski Talks are free and open to the public
Reservations requested here.

 

LOCATION

1262 Palmetto Street, Los Angeles CA 90013

 

About the Lecture

De-colonizing the Map

Reconstructing the map beyond Cartesian planes of conquest and property, pinning down fallacies of space and time, the presentation shares a practice that negotiates between collaboration with community-based partners and the studio, data and the limits and possibilities of language, research and reflection. 

 

ABOUT THE scholar

Annette Miae Kim is an artist, researcher, and educator. She founded and directs SLAB which experiments with spatial ethnography and critical cartography in order to re-see the city. Her video installations have been shown internationally. Annette Kim is also Associate Professor at USC’s Price School of Public Policy where she helped found the RAP faculty collective around race, arts, and placemaking.  She received a Ph.D. in city and regional planning, M.A. in visual studies from the University of California, Berkeley, a master in public policy from Harvard University, and a bachelor's degree in studio art and architecture from Wellesley College.