Join out exciting conversation about contemporary Israeli art and culture, through the prism of Ofri Cnaani's "The Sota Project." See how Israeli art and culture has become a player in the global art scene while concurrently excavating its multi-layered and deeply-rooted historical contexts.
An exciting conversation about contemporary Israeli art and culture will be presented through the prism of Ofri Cnaani's Sota Project, and immersive video installation that reenacts a controversial text in the Talmud.
Panelists: Ofri Cnaani, Artist; Talmudist Dvora Weisberg, Director, School of Rabbinic Studies at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion; Megan Hibler Reid, Assistant Professor of Islam, Religion, Gender Studies, and Law at USC; and James Trainor, International Contemporary Art Critic.
Moderator: Selma Holo, Director of the USC Fisher Museum of Art Join our reception of The Sota Project following the panel from 3:30PM – 4:30PM.