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Nato Thompson and Caitlin Berrigan – Living as Form



@Harvard Carpenter Center // 6pm // Free

There’s still time to catch the internationally acclaimed exhibition Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) at Carpenter Center. TONIGHT Nato Thompson, the curator himself (!!!), will be at Harvard to discuss his exhibition and talk about how we make sense of our evolving world. Living as Form is currently parked at Harvard’s Carpenter Center on an international tour- with this being its 15th installment since 2012! On view through April 6, this exhibition contemplates the evolving face of cultural production and charts over twenty years of cultural works that blur the forms of art and everyday life emphasizing participation, dialogue and community engagement. (see our original posting here)

Prior to his lecture, from 5-6pm Caitlin Berrigan will be there serving up “Lessons in Capitalism.” Come and get your free financial help! Write down your questions and shoot them through  a system of tubes – similar to a bank teller tube – sucking up your questions to be answered by a room full of “professional advice givers.”


Detail: Lessons in Capitalism, Caitlin Berrigan, 2014

By Joe Difazio

Lessons in Capitalism

By Joe Difazio

Lessons in Capitalism

(Photos – Joe Difazio)

Living as form (The Nomadic Version) features the work of
Lara Almarcegui and Begoña Movellán | Appalshop | Jacob Berendes | Caitlin Berrigan | Chto delat? | The Complaints Choir | Chris Csikszentmihalyi | DAAR | Farid Djahangir, Sassan Nassiri, Bita Fayyazi, Att Hasheminejad, and Khosrow Hassanzedeh | the Design Studio for Social Intervention | the Dirt Palace | Helena Producciones | John Hulsey | Tomashi Jackson | Suzanne Lacy | Los Angeles Poverty Department | Rick Lowe with Sam Durant and Jessica Cusick | Mammalian Diving Reflex | Mardi Gras Indian Community | Maria Molteni and New Crafts Artists in Action | Walker Mettling | Katerina Šedá | Chemi Rosado Seijo | Athi-Patra Ruga | Slanguage | Ultra-Red | Peter Watkins | Ai Weiwei | WikiLeaks | Women on Waves


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