A first an a series of discussions focusing on the impact of natural and man-made disasters on culture and the role artists play in the aftermath of abrupt ruptures with the past. Panelists discussed what was lost culturally in Haiti, what was saved, and how regional and international financial and philanthropic intervention drives new paths of creativity and the dissemination and interpretation of culture.


Alexandra Barbot

Philippe Dodard

Jean-Germain Gros
Associate Professor

Babacar M’bow
Independent Curator/Managing Editor

Gregory Vorbe

Bonnie Clearwater

Producer / Editor
Victor Muniz

Original Score
Erol Josué

Sound Mixer
Manuel Galvez

Filmed by
Peter Vahan
Victor Muniz

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA)
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