O N E E V E R Y O N E: A Conversation with Ann Hamilton

Join Landmarks and the Humanities Institute for a public talk to celebrate the unveiling of visual artist Ann Hamilton’s O N E E V E R Y O N E in Austin. Internationally recognized for the sensory surrounds of her large-scale multimedia installations and public projects, Hamilton created a community-based, site-responsive portrait series. She used the images to create 71 porcelain enamel portrait panels for the Dell Medical School, a 900-page book, a newspaper with contributions by scientists, philosophers, poets, and essayists, and a website for the public to download her photographs.

The Humanities Institute public program will feature readings by Matthew Goulish, Brian rotman, and Natalie Shapero, and a discussion with Ann Hamilton led by Pauline Strong. Their conversation complements the Humanities Institute’s 2017 theme of Health, Well-Being, and Healing.

For more information about the project visit hamilton-landmarks.org