PHotos of artists Sula Bermúdez-Silverman, Maria Maea, and Chiffon Thomas

An Expanded Legacy of Assemblage

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Expanding material vocabularies and cultural touchstones, artists Sula Bermúdez-Silverman, Maria Maea, and Chiffon Thomas discuss their practices in relation to the legacy of assemblage. Each of these artists share insights on collecting, rearranging, and scavenging both objects and ideas. Moderated by Hammer Museum curator Erin Christovale, with audience Q&A to follow.


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