"Kevork Mourad: Memory Gates"- Artist'sTalk
Using his signature style of spontaneous drawing and printmaking techniques, Kevork Mourad built Memory Gates, an immersive installation, on site in the Cantor Art Gallery in February 2021. The work, imagined as a series of doors and passageways that visitors can pass through, explores themes of cultural plurality and collective memory.
Artist Kevork Mourad gives a talk live on YouTube from the gallery in conjunction with the opening of his site-specific installation work "Memory Gates". The installation was on view at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery from March 4 through April 11, 2021.
Syria, Armenia, Visual Art, Printmaking, Memory, Architecture
Architecture | Art Practice | Near Eastern Languages and Societies | Printmaking | Theatre and Performance Studies
Mourad, Kevork and Fluke, Meredith, ""Kevork Mourad: Memory Gates"- Artist'sTalk" (2021). ATB Events. 6.