American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreted Exhibition Tour

February 28, 2020
Event Types
Exhibition Tour
Public Program
Two framed graphs by Christine Sun Kim read "Why I work with language interpreters" and "Why my hearing daughter signs".

Christine Sun Kim, Why I Work with Sign Language Interpreters, 2018. Charcoal on paper, 125×125 cm. Courtesy of the Artist and White Space, Beijing. Photo credit: White Space, Beijing and Yang Hao.

Join MIT List Visual Arts Center  Assistant Curator, Selby Nimrod, for an ASL interpreted tour of Christine Sun Kim: Off the Charts. This tour provides insight into the curatorial process and a deeper look into Kim’s textual drawings on view.

All programs are free and open to the general public. Advanced registration is required. Register here