Belonging Panels
I launched Acogedor as an alternative project space because I wanted to explore deeper–and outside of myself and my own ideas–notions of “belonging,” as I had been examining them in my art practice visually. As an adopted person, I have spent, at least, a small part of every day that I can remember thinking about, agonizing over, my relationship to belonging: do I belong? do I feel it? what does that feel like? is it real? In my many conversations with other adoptees, I hear these questions reflected back to me. I know in my heart that non-adopted persons also feel this. Through these panels on belonging, I wanted to broaden my concept of belonging as the adoptee experience. I invited others whom I knew could speak to the entangled emotions and complex experiences of belonging and not belonging. Previous panelists: traci akemi kato-kiriyama, Debbie Allen, LM, CPM, W.F. Umi Hsu, PhD, and Angela Waseskuk.
Nicole Rademacher, acogedor, acogedor space, Los Angeles, Belonging Panels, traci akemi kato-kiriyama, Debbie Allen, LM, CPM, W.F. Umi Hsu PhD, Angela Waseskuk.
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