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(IM)POSSIBLE BABY: Art, Ethics & Biology

Apr 05 | Fri |
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Artist Ai Hasegawa addresses key societal dilemmas and ethical questions through her speculative design projects. Her artistic works draw on technological and biological concepts, such as (Im)Possible Baby, which imagines a future in which same-sex couples are able to conceive children genetically related to both parents. At this talk, hear from Hasegawa about her unique artistic vision, as well as Ilene Gutman, Deputy Director of National and International Outreach at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Photograph credits: Ai Hasegawa, (Im)Possible Baby, Case 01: Asako & Moriga, 2015; Digital photo prints and videos, dimensions variable; Courtesy of the artist

Event run time: 2 hours

Venue: Japan Society

333 E 47th St Map