Kara Springer makes vulnerable structures
Kara Springer works at the intersection of sculpture, photography and language to activate bodies in space. Born in Barbados and raised in Ontario, Canada, this former industrial designer grounds her minimalist aesthetic with careful attention to history and geography. Springer speaks with Artblog’s Imani Roach about diaspora, legibility and her current installation at The Galleries at Moore — Ten Days Before Freedom, a Hymnal. What can perilous landscapes teach us about the nature of built space? Listen to find out. Imani interviewed Kara at Moore College of Art and Design's TGMR radio station on February 26th, 2018; the podcast is 34 minutes long.

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Kara Springer, artist
Kara Springer, artist

Ten Days Before Freedom, a Hymnal is on view at The Galleries at Moore through March 17, 2018.

Thank you to The Galleries at Moore TGMR radio project for making this podcast possible, and especially to Matt Kalasky for inviting Artblog to participate in the Moore TGMR radio project.

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