"2086: Together How?" lecture, Prof. Park Kyong
The Center for Creative Photography, in collaboration with the University of Arizona's Center for East Asian Studies, the College of Humanities, and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, presents "2086: Together How?," a keynote lecture by Prof. Park Kyong in the CCP Auditorium on January 19, 2024, at 5:30 pm. The lecture is part of the "Embracing Counternarratives for Global Learning" for the 8th Annual Globalizing the Community College Curricula Conference on January 19-20, 2024.
Prof. Park Kyong's exhibition, co-curated with Jung Soik, 2086: Together How? asks "how we might work together to endure current and future environmental crises until 2086 when the global population is said to the peak." He will discuss his commissioned exhibition and participation in the Korean Pavilion at the 18th International Venice Architecture Biennale.
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Biography: Park Kyong has been a professor at the University of California San Diego since 2007 and the founding director of StoreFront for Art and Architecture in New York (1982-1998), a curator of Gwangju Biennale (1997), Artistic Director and Chief Curator of Anyang Public Art Project (2010), both in South Korea. His solo exhibitions include Kyong Park: New Silk Road at MUSAC in León, Spain (2009-10) and Imagining New Eurasia, a sequence of three research art exhibitions at the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, South Korea (2015-18).