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A talk about cars by Robert Snowden at CAC Reading Room
2016.01.28
Thursday 28 January at 6 pm at CAC Reading Room

„Portland’s traffic has been infamous for a while now, but in the past year it has come to feel like an existential threat. I see a patch of it everyday and decided to make a project with two artists as a way out of it. I’m in the process of writing about the project and will read from my un-edited notes.“


Robert Snowden lives in Portland, Oregon, where he is co-developing the art center Yale Union. Currently he is working on a book with Richard Maxwell.

His talk is hosted by the XII Baltic Triennial.

A talk will be held in English, entrance is free.
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