“Environmental and Earth Narratives, How to Belong?” by Sarah K Khan, Maker/Scholar, Artist-in Residence @ ArtHx, Princeton University.
Khan shares diverse multimedia work on how she inscribes dismissed narratives, real and conjured, into, onto and alongside what we call North American environment and culture, and beyond. Twitter @sarahkkhan Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sarahkkhan/.
Sarah K Khan (b. Mangla, Pakistan) utilizes food to provoke thought about injustice towards people and the planet. She explores food, culture, women, migration, and identity in urban and rural environments with photography, films, video art, print-making, maps, and writing. To defy erasure and to build archives, simultaneously, Khan reveals the often invisible labor and mastery of the disregarded. To inscribe the denied into and onto global and local multi-visual cultures, she researches and documents the lives of ordinary people who are extraordinary.
Co-sponsored by the Franklin Environmental Center at Hillcrest.
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- Environmental Studies