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Win Tix: Touching the Earth: Ritual Drawings and Dance of Erasure | SF

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Friday, April 5, 2019 - 7:00 pm | Cost: WIN
International Art Museum of America | 1025 Market Street, San Francisco, CA


Touching the Earth is a sand art installation of the ancestral tradition of powder drawing. In what French artist Marie-Therese Latuner calls the ‘transported gesture’, she displaces the ancestral traditions of powder drawing: those learned in South India, on the doorsteps of houses at dawn with Indian women, or elsewhere in the temples of Kerala with the artists/officiants.

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The drawing of powder becomes a passer from one world to another, circulating from the ground to the bodies, and is crossed by the deities then must be erased in order to disperse the powders for a time sacredized and close the ritual moment.  The powders used are those collected in the landscapes around San Francisco: sand, sandstone, and Arizona soil. This practice also aims to be linked to the places, the soils, the richness and diversity of the natural powders of the surrounding landscapes.

Artist talk/meet & greet on Friday, April 5, 2019, 7 – 8 pm

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Categories: Art & Museums, Lectures & Workshops
Address: 1025 Market Street, San Francisco, CA

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