ROM Speaks: True North: Race, Sexuality and Science in Arctic Exploration

Isaac Julien: Other Destinies Lecture Series Known for his poetic and visually encompassing narratives, renowned British contemporary artist Isaac Julien addresses issues of globalization, movements of peoples, displacement, and the aesthetics of geography through his work. Explore how these difficult and sensitive topics intersect with art in this engaging and thought-provoking lecture series. Inspired by African-American Arctic explorer Matthew Henson, Isaac Julien’s True North attempts to re-visualize the Arctic from a Black perspective. Join Lisa E. Bloom, as she explores True North in the context of environmental politics, questioning how race and sexuality can relate to present-day issues of climate change, science and technology. Speaker: Lisa E. Bloom

Date

ROM Speaks: True North: Race

February 07, 2017

Location

Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queen s Park
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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