Join us for “Gambling on Visibility,” a conversation about the challenges of representing precarious life. Organized in conjunction with the installation “The Zama Zama Project,” this event will feature a conversation with Ilisa Barbash and Rosalind Morris about the ethics and politics of representing vulnerable communities. What do those who have been marginalized in and by the global economy want when they seek visibility and recognition? What are the risks of documenting underground economies? What are the aesthetic forms available for this task? And what does it mean to collaborate—to speak with rather than merely about people—across difference?
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please visit: https://slought.org/resources/gambling_on_visibility