Nasher Sculpture Center presents Nasher Prize Dialogues: The Uncanny Politics of Objects

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Minjae Kim
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Nasher Sculpture Center will present Nasher Prize Dialogues: The Uncanny Politics of Objects. Inspired by 2022 Nasher Prize Laureate Nairy Baghramian’s interest in the relationship between sculpture and design, this panel discussion will include leading international designers and curators that share an interest in breaking down the boundaries between the three-dimensional disciplines.

In a wide-ranging conversation about objects that over between identities - sculpture, design, architecture - with varying degrees of utility, The Uncanny Politics of Objects will include Korean-born, New York-based architect and designer, Minjae Kim; Los Angeles-based designer and artist, Peter Shire; Brooklyn-based designer and artist Katie Stout; Mexico City-based and writer and curator Su Wu; and will be moderated by Sarah Schleuning, the Margot B. Perot Senior Curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the Dallas Museum of Art.

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Crow Museum of Asian Art
2010 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201

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Admission is free.