"Do You Remember When?": Postcommodity Installation at ASU Art Museum

"Do You Remember When?": Postcommodity Installation at ASU Art Museum

"Native Confluence: Sustaining Cultures" opened Friday, August 28 at ASU Art Museum's Ceramic Research Center. Kicking off a 3-part series of installations by Native American artists in conjunction with ASU's October Sustainability Conference was "Do You Remember When?" by Postcommodity, an interdisciplinary indigenous artists' collective focused on what they term "decolonization." Here are a few shots of the exhibit's opening events.


"Native Confluence: Sustaining Cultures" opened Friday, August 28 at ASU Art Museum's Ceramic Research Center. Kicking off a 3-part series of installations by Native American artists in conjunction with ASU's October Sustainability Conference was "Do You Remember When?" by Postcommodity, an interdisciplinary indigenous artists' collective focused on what they term "decolonization." Here are a few shots of the exhibit's opening events.
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