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This audio tour features curator Sara Raza as well as interviews with several of the artists featured in the Rubin Museum exhibition Clapping With Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance.


Track 1: Clapping With Stone Exhibition Introduction with Sara Raza


Kimsooja



Lida Abdul




Hank Willis Thomas


What role does the dissemination of power play within your artistic practice?


Where do you look for inspiration?


What is your perception of your work being shown at the Rubin, a museum originally devoted to classical art of the Himalayan region?


In your opinion, how can power be better distributed in society in an art and non-art context?



Pallavi Paul


Introduction


What roles does the dissemination of power play within your artistic practice?


Tell us about your piece in the show?


What is your perception of your work being shown at the Rubin Museum, a museum originally devoted to classical art of the Himalayan region?


In your opinion, how can power be better distributed in society in an art or non-art context?



Ibrahim Quraishi


Introduction


What role does the dissemination of power play within your artistic practice?


What is your perception of your work being shown at the Rubin Museum, a museum originally devoted to classical art of the Himalayan region?



Shahpour Pouyan


Tell us about your piece in the show?


How does your art speak to non-conformity?


What is your perception of your work being shown at the Rubin Museum, a museum originally devoted to classical art of the Himalayan region?



Nari Ward




Kader Attia




Nadia Kaabi-Linke


Introduction


Tell us about your piece in the show?


How does power and history play into your artistic practice?


In your opinion, how can power be better distributed in society in an art or non-art context?



Naiza Khan


Introduction


What role does the dissemination of power play within your artistic practice?


Tell us about your works in the exhibition?


What is your perception of your work being shown at the Rubin Museum, a museum originally devoted to classical art of the Himalayan region?


In your opinion, how can power be better distributed in society in an art or non-art context?



Clapping with Stones: Art and Acts of Resistance is supported by Rasika and Girish Reddy, the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Foundation, anonymous, Basha Frost Rubin and Scott Grinsell, Akhoury Foundation, Preethi Krishna and Ram Sundaram, and Sonny and Gita Mehta.


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