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Scott Tsuchitani: INTERNMENT
Unveiling a Displaced Identity
INTERNMENT is a solo exhibition of San Francisco-based artist Scott Tsuchitani’s work that mixes historiography with a contemporary perspective on Japanese Americans’ displacement during World War II. Satirical etchings and digital prints bring to light the conflicting narratives of American subjectivity, while his film, Meeting at Tule Lake (1994), questions ideas of allegiance in a country that is haunted by legacies of racial prejudice.
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Opening reception: Jun 26 | 7-9 PM
20 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Public street parking.