Rosalie Yu uses 3D capturing techniques to explore the limits of perception and memory, to reflect upon archiving practices, to transform everyday experience through rituals, and to interrogate the process of capturing depth in photography. She will share her recent projects examining these concerns within larger cultural narratives like the long, exploitative history of colonial sugar production and the complex dynamics of physical intimacy in East Asian culture.
This guest talk is an introduction for potential participants in the 2018 Myers Fund art commission "Knowing Together." A way to spread the word about the workshop, and an explanation of the 3D scanning process and visiting artist Rosalie Yu's project and past work.
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