Film Screening and Artist Talk: Gabriela Salazar
Join us to revisit artist Gabriela Salazar’s Low Relief for High Water, a sculptural installation and performance exploring themes of home, vulnerability, caretaking, and collective responsibility in the face of the climate crisis. Commissioned by the Climate Museum and filmed by award-winning documentary filmmakers, the short (16 minute) film captures the story of Low Relief from its inception through its presentation in Washington Square Park in October 2021. Following the screening, attendees will join a conversation between Gabriela and the Museum’s Senior Exhibitions Associate, Anais Reyes. A reception will follow.
For those unable to attend in-person, the event will be livestreamed on our Instagram account.
Venue: The Climate Museum Pop-up
120 Wooster Street
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