The 2020 pandemic scattered us into disconnected spaces, interrupting our physical interactions along with our art-making. Responding to these times, performance makers Erika Chong Shuch and Amara Tabor-Smith have each created intimate connections within their communities of artistic practice, among isolated elders and individuals. Join us as we take the temperature of these artists, looking both at the immediate present, and imagining our future history, together. Introduction by Susan Moffat, Creative Director of Future Histories Lab, with moderation by Miyuki Baker, PhD Candidate.
Presented by the Future Histories Lab, a project of UC Berkeley Global Urban Humanities Initiative, and UC Berkeley’s Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies.