09.15.18 / 3pm
What Constitutional Law Can Learn From Sculpture
This lecture by artist and lawyer Ragen Moss utilizes art to perform specific and pointed work on Constitutional questions. During the piece, Moss will build a radical theory of spatiality learned by sculpture, geography, and sociology, and apply it to important areas of U.S. Constitutional Law and the fundamental human rights protected by that law, especially reproductive freedom. Moss turns to art as a useful tool for challenging preconceived notions of important social and political issues.