Exhibition Opening: War is for the Living features multimedia works that investigate what lessons the experience of war can offer us, with work by Robin Kahn (whose dispatch “Western Sahara: Fighting for Freedom in Africa’s Last Colony" is a must read on Creative Time Reports), Dinh Q. Le, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Hiroshi Sunairi, Nina Berman, and others. 

The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery

417 Lafayette St. 4th Floor, NYC

Opening Reception: February 14, 2013, 6·9 pm

Opening Performance:

February 14, 2013, 7:45·8:15 pm: Viet Le, Incredible Indelible Invisible Man

Participatory Actions:
March 2, 2013, 4-6 pm: Nancy Hwang and Robin Kahn, War Is for the Living: What’s lt to You?
March 9, 2013,4-6 pm Robin Kahn, Western Sahara: “The Art of Sohrowi Cooking”

On View: February 12-March 23, 2013



historianmalathor-yuraine said:

"Of the Hanjin Marihanni, the Sharihed Libra, and the Dihnakh Ali-Kahr, who would you trust the most to align yourself with would the need arise? Such as if Azir tries to eliminate the four main tribes so that there is no dissention in his Empire, whether or not you are his descendant or not, you are rebellious and as long as you live, he is limited on his control of the land. I do not doubt your abilities, but an Allied tribe might be able to assist you with survival, if only minimally."

"I am already allied with the Hanjin and Iibra tribes. The Hanjin are bound to support me, as the leader was once one of my field officers. The Hanjin will always be the first to come to my aid. The Iibra will undoubtedly come because the leader will smell money to be made….and because he and I are on very friendly terms. I will let Dihn and his men die."

I really like Ryan Mcginnis and Diana Dihn.

I just wanted to let you guys know you’re wonderful people and i’m lucky to be friends with you both.

I don’t know if either of you will see this post or even use tumblr often; but I love you guys. 

Anyway, just wanted to spread some positivity.


ask-sivir said:


I understand now why the captain sent me on the Shurima mission against Victor Fox, and didn’t go herself.  The desert is similar to the sea.  But it is all sand, not water.  In that respect, it is the worst thing in the world.  I had to admit I was also nervous meeting the Battle Mistress for the first time.  As much as I wanted to use my usual charms with her (and she is a beautiful woman) she seemed far too occupied to want to deal with it.

When all was said and done though, things did manage to go well.  Outside of the sunburn and the scratches I got, I managed to survive, and Victor was well…didn’t quite make it back alive.  His alliance with Dihn-Ali made that difficult.

Maybe I’ll have to go back again at some point.  Sivir did seem more…neutral towards me once all was said and done.  We’ll just have to see how things go then won’t we?