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Presented By: Institute for the Humanities

Archival Play: Art Making and Archives

Nicole Marroquin and Deanna Ledezma

image by Nicole Marroquin image by Nicole Marroquin
image by Nicole Marroquin
The Latinx Studies Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop invites you to a conversation featuring two guests; artist and educator Nicole Marroquin and art historian Deanna Ledezma. Moderated by American Culture PhD candidate Pau Nava. Using the concept of play in the archive, this conversation discusses how Chicago artists and scholars engage in community based archival practices as part of art education and artistic practice. This talk will include images and examples from the Diana Solis Archival Collection, featured in With Care, an exhibition by Nicole Marroquin on view at U-M's Institute for the Humanities from February 16 to March 22, 2023. How have artists used and engaged archival collections as part of their practice? How can community archival practice be a form of artistic intervention? How are artists re-imagining the relationship between archives and community? How do artists toe the line between creating and collecting an archival collection?

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