The City as an Illegible Document

radhika_subramaniamOn February 7, Radhika Subramaniam will be leading a seminar, entitled “The City as an Illegible Document,” as part of the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts’ Art & Law Residency Program.   From January 2011- August 2011, the Program offers semi-monthly seminars which critically consider the relationship between art and law from historical, intellectual, social, and ethical perspectives.  An array of artists, curators, and law scholars include Annalise Riles, Jack G. Clarke Chair in Far East Legal Studies and Professor of Anthropology, Cornell Law School, Shamim M. Momin, Director and Curator of Los Angeles Nomadic Division, and Amy M. Adler, The Emily Kempin Professor of Law, New York University School of Law.

For more information about the Art & Law Residency, please visit: http://www.vlany.org/education/residency.php

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