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Ethnographic Terminalia

November 15, 2010

Tomorrow morning I’m heading off to New Orleans for the opening of the Ethnographic Terminalia exhibition at the Du Mois Gallery.  The exhibition is hosting three of my paper ‘Delftware’ plates (one of which can be seen below) depicting imagery related to the trade in blue and white ceramics.  Ethnographic Terminalia is also hosting a roundtable discussion at this year’s AAA (American Anthropological Association) conference called Ethnographic temini: moving and agitiating within the borderlands of contemporary art and ethnography on Saturday November 20 10-noon.  As a non-member of the AAA hopefully I’ll be able to get past the guards and attend the session!

With luck I’ll also be able to sneak in to see Sara Perry’s presentation about the circulation of imagery this Wednesday (November 17, 8:00-9:45am) and the session she’s chairing on the subject of Ethics in Visualisation.  To find out more details please visit her blog.

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