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Jasna Bogdanovska: Palimpsest

Thursday, November 18, 2021, 6 p.m., Dryden Theatre

As of Tuesday, September 28, for all programs and screenings in the Dryden Theatre, patrons must show proof of vaccination and wear masks. For more information, please see our Health & Safety page.

Jasna Bogdanovska is a photographer, educator, art director, traveler, and explorer of different cultures. Through her global travels, she conceptualizes the environment from a humanistic perspective, combining individual and collective narratives of migration, identity, mythology, and a sense of belonging.

Bogdanovska has exhibited her work internationally in solo and group exhibitions and has worked on advertising campaigns for Dr. Scholl's, T-Mobile, and Dove. In 2017, she was the runner-up to represent the Republic of Macedonia at the Venice Biennale.

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