Presented by: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
Admission: Free and open to the public
Aki Sasamoto is a New York-based, Japanese artist, working with sculpture, dance, video, sound, and installation. Her installations are arrangements of sculpturally altered found objects, in which Sasamoto weaves constructed narratives that are personal yet open to relation and reflection. As part of her practice she collaborates with musicians, choreographers, scientists and scholars, and plays multiple roles of dancer, sculptor, or director.
Sasamoto will discuss using of food and metaphor in art making. This talk is in collaboration with the Cambridge Arts Council exhibition, Common Exchange, on view May 14–Sep 30, 2017.