The Disappeared: Human Rights and Art
Five years ago, the North Dakota Museum of Art hosted a panel on art and human rights in order to commemorate their exhibit The Disappeared. We thought the recording was lost forever, but we found it, cleaned it up, and presenting it here.
The Disappeared is an exploration of victims of political violence in Latin America. It’s a chilling exhibit that got worldwide attention, including a review in The New York TimesT. The panel was an opportunity to explore the same themes with musicians and activists who know about violence first hand. My guests on the panel are pianist Sarah Cahill, Christian Correa, Father Jack Davis, and hip-hop musician and author, Emmanuel Jal.
Biographies of the panelists can be found here.
The Disappeared: exhibition website.
The New York Times review of the exhibition.
Thank you to the North Dakota Museum of Art for hosting the panel and for inviting WHY? to participate.
Institute for Philosophy in Public Life
Grand Forks, ND
Political violence--Latin America ; Art--History ; Art appreciation
Weinstein, Jack Russell; Cahill, Sarah; Correa, Christian; Davis, Father Jack; and Jal, Emmanuel, "The Disappeared: Human Rights and Art" (2009). Why? Radio Podcast Archive. 69.