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Do the Right Thing: (dis)comfort women Exhibition at ReflectSpace

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Downtown Central Library

222 East Harvard Street

Glendale, CA 91205

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ReflectSpace at Downtown Central presents Do the Right Thing: (dis)comfort women , an exhibition reflecting on the silence and dialogue by and about the women who were forced to become sex slaves by the Japanese Imperial Army before and during World War II. The exhibition presents the work of 12 international documentarians and artists and runs from July 21 to September 3, 2017.

Artists in (dis)comfort women: Steve Cavallo , Yoon Jung Choi, Shon Jeung Eun, Remedios Felias, Arian Kang, Chang-Jin Lee , Melly Lym , Hong Sun Myeong, Kim Siha, Gim Deok Yeoung, Shin Chang Yong and Seo Soo-Young.


Do the right thing: (dis)comfort women at ReflectSpace opens on July 20 and continues through September 3, 2017.


ReflectSpace is a new exhibition space inside Downtown Central Library designed to explore and reflect on major human atrocities, genocides and civil rights violations. Immersive in conception, ReflectSpace is a hybrid space that is both experiential and informative, employing art, technology and interactive media to reflect on the past and present of Glendale’s communal fabric and interrogate current-day global human rights issues.

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