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Berlin-based artist Ines Schaber will present a lecture focused on her ongoing project Notes on Archives, held in conjunction with the presentation of her works Picture Mining and Culture is our Business in the If I Had a Hammer exhibition. Schaber will address structural, social, and political issues related to institutional, corporate, and public photography archives. A discussion-based response led by writer and anthropologist Adam Webb-Orenstein will follow Schaber’s lecture.
This event is free and open to the public. Seating is very limited. To register for free tickets to secure your spot!