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Mel Chin: Artist Talk

Preeminent conceptual sculptor and installation artist Mel Chin visits the Center April 7-9th. He screens his new animated film, 9/11-9/11, 2007, which juxtaposes the events of Sept 11th 1973 and 2001. He'll also introduce Fundred, 2008, a major new public project that brings attention to lead levels in neighborhoods of New Orleans through a massive national mobilization of artistic labor. During his visit, he'll meet with faculty and students in urban studies, mechanical engineering, systems design, and data visualization to discuss projects in development.

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