Please join Pitzer College Art Galleries, Associate Professor of Media Studies Ruti Talmor, and Pato Hebert for a program to mark the closing of the exhibition Pato Hebert: Lingering. Addressing the COVID-19 condition of long-hauling, in which ongoing COVID symptoms persist well after the initial infection, this exhibition traces the ongoing process of recovery as a site for healing, creativity, and questioning, and the frustrations of seeking care for the varied and extensive symptoms of long-term illness.
Thursday, April 14, 2022
5:45 – 8:45 pm
West Hall Plaza and the Kallick Art Gallery
- 5:45 pm – Introductions by Ciara Ennis, Director of Pitzer College Art Galleries
- 6:00 pm – Care Collaboration, Community and COVID: A roundtable discussion with Pato Hebert, Sarah Gilbert, Alexandra Juhasz, and Ruti Talmor
- 7:00 pm – I Feel Like Making Love: A reading by Reid Gomez
- 7:10 pm – Longing in Rest: A performance choreographed by Cynthia Ling Lee
- 7:30 pm – Lingering reception and catalogue launch: Food and drinks will be served
Pato Hebert’s Lingering features a work created in collaboration with Assistant Professor of Sculpture Sarah Gilbert. The exhibition will activate collaborations between Professors Gilbert’s and Talmor’s students and the artist.
Pato Hebert: Lingering is curated by Associate Professor in Media Studies Ruti Talmor as part of Pitzer College Art Galleries’ Faculty-Driven Exhibition series.
Pato Hebert is an artist, teacher and organizer. Exploring the aesthetics, ethics and poetics of interconnectedness, his creative projects have been presented at Beton7 in Athens, the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo in Quito, the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, PH21 Gallery in Budapest, the Songzhuang International Photo Biennale, and IHLIA LGBT Heritage in Amsterdam.
He serves as Chair and teaches in the Department of Art & Public Policy at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.
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Off-campus guests must register for a free admission ticket at Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/3iXIhby