Ethnography Issue ❸ ↓ Feature
Dr. Dipti Desai examines artist Sheila de Bretteville’s public installation in LA’s Little Tokyo, Omoide no Shotokyo . Made as a participatory community art piece, Desai discusses how de Bretteville invites questions about the ethical issues in artworks that center on the history and experiences of a community—specifically a community subject to anti-immigrant sentiment during World War II.
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