Events Upcoming Events 12 September 2017 Opening Reception Bending the Frame Exhibition, curated by Fred Ritchin Gulf + Western Gallery, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, 721 Broadway lobby, New York, NY Selected Recent Events 14 March 2017 Panelist, "Saying War, Building Peace." Side event in parallel with the 34th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, hosted by the Wallonia-Brussels general Delegation in Geneva (Mission of Belgium), the International Film Festival & Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) in Geneva, the Mundaneum, and the Henri La Fontaine Foundation. Palais des Nations, United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. 19 March 2017 Discussion (in French) with investigative poet Frank Smith following a reading of his work, Guantánamo (Seuil 2010). Moderated by curator Barbara Polla, co-hosted by Centre de la Photographie Genève (CPG) & FIFDH CPG Auditorium, Geneva, Switzerland. 22 April 2017 Presentation, “Welcome to Camp America: Toward a New Documentary Form.”Open Engagement 2017: JUSTICE. Chicago. *Open Engagement (OE) is an annual, three-day, artist-led conference dedicated to expanding the dialogue around and creating a site of care for the field of socially engaged art. The conference highlights the work of transdisciplinary artists, activists, students, scholars, community members, and organizations working within the complex social issues and struggles of our time. 24 April 2017 Artist’s Lecture, School for Visual Arts (SVA), New York City. 30 June 2017 Artist's Lecture Welcome to Camp America exhibition BMW Photo Space of GoEun Museum of Photography Busan, South Korea 22 July 2017, 5-7pm Opening Reception Something Fierce Lannan Foundation Gallery 309 Read Street, Santa Fe, NM Something Fierce features eight women artists in the Lannan Foundation's collection whose work exemplifies an element of ferocity, whether it be expressed in the subject, process or intent. Featuring works by Christine Corday, Sharon Core, Debi Cornwall, Roni Horn, Munson Hunt, An-My Lê, Sarah Pickering, and Victoria Sambunaris. Curated by Christie Davis.