In person: By appointment for Towson University students, faculty and staff.
Exquisitely disposed rocks and trees and vegetation. The promise of an inspired space of meditation and detachment. Such has been of the Westernized image of the Chinese and Japanese garden. Yet, such enchanted “natural” spaces camouflage the histories of empire, wealth, privilege, exploitation, ecological extraction, and displacement behind their creation. Phaan Howng’s site-specific installation engages East Asian gardens as a case study of the dynamics embedded within these private spaces.
Tuesday, September 21 at 12:00am
Wednesday, September 22 at 12:00am
Thursday, September 23 at 12:00am
Friday, September 24 at 12:00am
Saturday, September 25 at 12:00am
Sunday, September 26 at 12:00am
Monday, September 27 at 12:00am
Tuesday, September 28 at 12:00am
Wednesday, September 29 at 12:00am
Thursday, September 30 at 12:00am
Friday, October 1 at 12:00am