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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Teach Me How To Love This World: Kei Ito

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October 19 - December 10, 2022

STAMP Gallery

This fall, the Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, is pleased to present Teach Me How to Love This World, a multimedia installation by Baltimore-based artist Kei Ito. The exhibition examines the supposed dichotomy between peace and conflict through the lens of personal identity and inherited trauma. Ito, a third generation hibakusha (atomic bomb victim), utilizes the media of light and photography, as well as the history of WWII and the development of nuclear weapons, to reckon with past, present, and future apocalyptic disasters both natural and man-made.

Event Location: On Campus

Stamp Gallery, 1st floor straight past the information desk.

Event Contact: Stamp Student Union

For disability accommodations, please contact Tara Youngborg at tny@umd.edu

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