• Your Lullaby Will Find A Home In My Head (detail), 2005. Dario Robleto (American, b. 1972). Hair braids made from a stretched and curled audio tape recording of Sylvia Plath reciting “November Graveyard,” homemade paper (pulp made from soldiers’ letters to mothers and daughters from various wars, ink retrieved from letters, sepia), excavated and melted bullet lead, carved ribcage bone and ivory, mourning dress fabric and thread, silk, mourning frame from another’s loss, walnut, glass; 59.7 x 40.6 x 33 cm. ©

If You Remember, I’ll Remember: A Conversation With Dario Robleto

Friday, November 22, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Recital Hall

Explore how art keeps memory alive with artist Dario Robleto and curator Cory Korkow as they discuss Robleto’s work in the context of Korkow’s exhibition Disembodied: Portrait Miniatures and their Contemporary Relatives, and the timeless desire to capture the spirit of loved ones. Join in the conversation: pose your questions to Dario, discuss your reactions to the exhibition, and share your own ideas about art and memory in this interactive and thought-provoking program.

$15/$10 members. Register through the Ticket Office at (216) 412-7350 or at tickets.clevelandart.org. Students free with ID in person only.