Dr. Ernest J. Wilson III at the panel on Art Stories on Migration

Dr. Wilson will offer a provocation: “Third Space Thinking: A Perspective on Migration” at the panel on Art Stories on Migration at MOCA WAREHOUSE on Saturday, February 29, 2:30 pm.

Art Stories on Migration is an exploration of the migration of women as the totality of many stories through the arts. Women have been part of historic movements of peoples around the world; we have been uprooted and displaced and have fled war, persecution, and insecurity. The topic of migration helps us to think about creating art about memory, belonging and identity, borders and home, self-imagining, family and loss. By reflecting on the work of contemporary artists, photographers, and video artists who are exploring what it means to migrate, we aim to find deeper understanding in how identities are realized, rejected, performed, and desired.