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Gee Wesley

Born in Monrovia, Liberia, Wesley is an artist and writer living in Philadelphia. His practice addresses cultural memory, collective history and the nature of his immigrant experience.

Wesley is a graduate of Penn State Altoona where he received his degree in Visual Arts Studies. He currently works as the Spiegel-Wilks Curatorial Fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, and as a lead teaching artist for Color Wheels, a mobile art education initiative organized by Fleisher Art Memorial. Wesley has been a Senior Curatorial and Research Fellow at Slought since Summer 2014.

Current projects include "The Living Library," a public art initiative and pop-up reading room exploring utopia, gift economy and alternative pedagogy.

Curatorial and Research Fellow

Slought
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
slought.org gwesley@sloughtfoundation.org
+1.215.701.4627

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Begins Oct 23, 2014

Conversations and screenings exploring notions of representation, history, subjectivity, and translation

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World
Begins Oct 10, 2014

A film screening and publication commemorating the multiple legacies of French-Algerian philosopher Jacques Derrida

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Begins May 1, 2014

An interactive visual archive of the Nepal Conflict (1996-2006) and its aftermath, organized in response to a public call for photographs

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