The Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group is delighted to present a public lecture by artist Anahita Norouzi in The Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art at Concordia University. Norouzi will examine her artistic practice in order to discuss critical reflections on the relativity of place-identity, and will focus on issues related to the politics of history, of religion, and of the body.
EAHR SPEAKER SERIES: ANAHITA NOROUZI
27th November, 2014
6 PM – 8 PM