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Mar 17, 2019, 2PM–4PM

Coffee and Conversation: Weaving Threads and Lines

Isabelle Lynch. Photo by: Stéphanie Godin
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Enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee and join Isabelle Lynch, Penn History of Art PhD candidate, for a conversation about Cecilia Vicuña’s ICA exhibition About to Happen. The discussion will focus on a close reading of a selection of Cecilia Vicuña’s poems, calligrams, and textile works. Participants will consider the interconnections of weaving and writing in the artist’s work and think about the political and poetic significance of Vicuña’s use of knotted threads in relation to Andean systems of knowledge production.

Isabelle Lynch is a second-year doctoral student in History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania where she is specializing in contemporary time-based art including film, video, dance, and performance. She holds an MA in Art History at McGill University in Montreal and has worked at numerous arts institutions including Vancouver’s Polygon Gallery, the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, the National Gallery of Canada, and the Icelandic Art Center in Reykjavik.

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