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Leah Aegerter & David Wang
Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Aug 28, 2020
4:00 PM
Leah Aegerter grew up in Seattle, WA, and received her BFA in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design in 2017. She has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley since graduating.

David Wang has worked in the culinary field for the past decade, mostly in the Roaring Fork Valley. Through his time at various establishments here, David has honed his craft, developing his personal cooking style to highlight the flavors from his childhood and East-Asian heritage.

Together, they will reflect on some of the common ideas that influence their two diverse disciplines and how working at Anderson Ranch has changed this summer.

Initiated during this period of unprecedented physical distancing, Slow.Look.Live., offers an occasion to slow down and reflect with deeper intention on artistic processes and dialogues. Introducing a range of artists, curators, and thinkers, the new initiative focuses on how perception, creation, and community are being shaped by our various current geographical locations. Each week, we chart the relationships of our guests to the changing world, their immediate environments, and their studios. As we continually redefine how art can be made and experienced, Slow.Look.Live., will evolve indefinitely as a core program for Aspen Art Museum’s visitors and beyond.

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