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Online Exhibition

Digital Diasporas with Sophia Hirsch and Johannes Mundinger

The Museum of Jewish Montreal is thrilled to announce the August edition of our Digital Diasporas series featuring international multidisciplinary artists Sophia Hirsch and Johannes Mundinger!

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Much as a diaspora describes the dispersal of a people across space, this series explores the new movements artists are taking away from their practice in the digital world or how they are working in ways that forge new communities and connections despite geographic distance. In short, it’s a series about being apart, together. Join us each month as selected artists take us through their practice prior to the pandemic, their innovations in response to social distancing, and their visions for the future.

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Sophia and Johannes have worked with institutions such as the Galicia Jewish Museum Krakow (2014), the Ravensbrück Concentration Camp Memorial, Berlin (2018), painted a mural for the commemoration of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising in Berlin (2014) and another inspired by Polish Jewish artist Jankel Adler for the Museum of Lodz and Urban Forms Lodz (2017).

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