DartArt: Conflict and Harmony in Melvin Edwards’ ‘Chaino’



DartArt is a video series featuring interviews with students about their favorite works of art at the College.

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Dartmouth student Patrick Kang ’17 sees both conflict and harmony in the sculpture Chaino, by Melvin Edwards. “The idea that something so sturdy is being pulled apart really resonated with me,” he says.

In this video, Kang talks about why Chaino is his favorite work of art on campus and about its relevance to society today.

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