Toni Scott | UNC Campus: Sonja Haynes Stone Center | Arts | Indy Week
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Toni Scott 

When: Thu., Jan. 25, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: free

#TimesUp. #BlackLivesMatter. #MeToo. #NoBanNoWall. Every day, we are asking anew, what does it mean to be equal and free? Artist Toni Scott examines this question and others in a historical context through her multimedia art installation Aswarm with the Spirits of All Ages Here: Inconceivable Spaces of Slavery and Freedom. Assessing the boundaries and physical bondage of slavery, Scott provides multiple contexts through which the nature of freedom can be examined—and, hopefully, better understood. Whether they are sculptures or paintings, her works outline the geographies of exiled people and seek to reconnect us to North Carolina's history with slavery. Scott discusses the exhibit in this artist talk at UNC's Stone Center on Thursday; the exhibit itself runs through April 30. —Ryan Haar

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