How the Law Informs: The legal history of immigration in the Caribbean
Artist Christopher Udemezue and Recess invite you a workshop examining the legal history of immigration in the Caribbean. In conjunction with Udemezue's current Recess Session project, Duppy. Duppy reflects Udemezue's complex longings and projections of nostalgia toward his and his mother's homeland, Jamaica. From November 7 through December 21, Udemezue will create a sculptural installation made from printed images, resin, found objects, and audio recordings of conversations with members of the artist's personal circle that delve into the issues of race, misogyny, homophobia, family lineage, and ancestry.
46 Washington Ave
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