An Atlas of Commoning Salon Series: Neither Public, Nor Private Thu 18 July 6-8pm at Miller ICA

Atlas of Commoning exhibit at Miller ICA. Photo by Smokey H. Dyar.

Atlas of Commoning exhibit at Miller ICA. Photo by Smokey H. Dyar.

Salon Series: Neither Public, Nor Private
Thursday, 18 July 2019 | 6:00-8:00pm | Miller ICA

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Guest Respondents: Bekezela Mguni, Betty Marin, Emma Hedditch
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In concert with the Miller ICA's current exhibition, An Atlas of Commoning, Neither Public, Nor Private will be a conversation that gives space to define both implicit and explicit rules around what makes public, and what makes private - while interrupting a binary of public and private to learn about how we practice, survive, and locate our selves/community in all of the spaces in between. From multiple life experiences and disciplines we will ask how many publics can exist within a public and how many things become private when we assert a singular construction of public?

The Miller ICA Salons are facilitated topical conversations that include the general public and guest respondents whose life practice explores the chosen topic. The goal of these Salons is to engage in conversation and exchange across difference and discipline in free and public space. The 2019 Miller ICA Salons are facilitated by Dana Bishop-Root, who is an artist living and working in Braddock, PA.

Event includes ASL interpretation and will be on the third floor with elevator and stair access. Free and open to the public.