Tuesday, April 11, 2017
RAVI AGARWAL, Visiting Environmental Activist and Photographer
11:00 AM “Hight Tech Leaps, Forsaken Lives: Politics and Policies of E-Waste Management”
4:00 PM “Photography & Environmental Activism”
Ravi Agarwal is a photographer, writer, curator and environmental activist based in New Delhi, India. His interdisciplinary work traverses questions of the self, politics, urbanism and the environment. He has been included in significant exhibitions throughout the world including Documenta XI, The Venice Biennale, Sarjah Biennale, Kochi Muziris Biennale, Serpentine Gallery, London and The William Benton Museum of Art at the University of Connecticut where his work is included in its permanent collection. He is represented by Gallery Espace in New Delhi and The Guild Gallery in Mumbai, India.
Please contact Prof. Prakash Kashwan at firstname.lastname@example.org — if you are interested in attending the 11AM lecture that will take place in ARJONA Room 119.
The 4PM public talk will take place in the School of Fine Arts, Department of Art and Art History Room 101. For more information, contact Prof. Kathryn Myers at email@example.com.
Sponsored by the University of Connecticut Department of Art & Art History, Asian/Asian American Studies Institute and India Studies Program.