"In Between Daylight" is a site-specific installation by Cecile Chong. It references ideas of danger, fear and risk taking in an environment that may be beautiful, disorienting and haunting all at the same time. The piece calls attention to what immigrants and refugees may experience while crossing treacherous political and geographical borders in forests, jungles and bodies of water across the world, filled with hope to reach an unpredictable future.
Join Cecile Chong and interdisciplinary scholar Suzanne Schneider (Brooklyn Institute of Social Research) as they discuss Cecile's work and issues brought into light by this installation.
More info here! http://www.fivemyles.org/new-events-1/2018/4/12/public-discussion-cecile-chong-and-suzanne-schneider
This public discussion is free. A short reception will follow.
This event is made possible thanks to a Humanities NY Action Grant.