An exhibit in honour of the 70th Anniversary of Japanese Canadian Internment
YO-IN 余韻 Reverberation questions the legacy of the Japanese Canadian internment and examines its continued reverberation in today’s world. YO-IN brings together two groups of contemporary artists of Japanese Canadian ancestry: senior artists who lived through internment juxtaposed with the current generation. Rather than a literal retelling, the selected artworks address themes of memory, place, and identity.
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