The Body and Queer Listening

Friday, February 17, 2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

The Body and Queer Listening
A one-night special session with guest curator Mendal Polish

Third Friday Durham, February 17, 2017, 6pm

Through February 18, 2017, the Power Plant Gallery presents Soundings: Protest|Politics|Dissent, a broadcast audio exhibition exploring how artists navigate the depths of sound experience and embody protest, politics, and dissent in digital sound files. As part of the exhibition, a special Third Friday Durham Listening Session, called, The Body and Queer Listening, will be held on February 17, featuring works curated by filmmaker, sound artist, and MFA|EDA alumni Mendal Polish. The program begins at 6pm and runs approximately 1 1/2 hours. Only beverages will be served at the reception.

Mendal Polish is an alum of Duke's MFA in Experimental Documentary Arts Program, and taught a class for the Arts in the Moving Image department called LGBTQ Cinemas last Spring. She came to Duke after years of facilitating Citizen Journalism classes for various groups involved in political struggles, and Digital Literacy classes at Prison Re-entry Center in Philadelphia. Polish is currently a teaching artist and empire resister in Philadelphia.


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