November 10, 2011 | 12–1 pm
1506 West Alabama, Houston, TX 77098 Get directions
In artist Clarissa Tossin’s work the monumental permanence of Brasilia’s architecture is undermined by the futility of its popular message. In an informal conversation with Professor Peter T. Lang, Texas A&M University, she discusses whether any concept of utopia operate purely in a state of power and subjugation. Light Lunch provided, RSVP required.