Artist and writer Er Tai Gao spoke out briefly in 1957 about the meaning of
art and found himself damned as a rightist in Mao Zedong's China. He was
sent for political re-education. He's published a memoir of the experience,
In Search of My Homeland: A Memoir of a Chinese Labor Camp. He will be
reading at the Barrick Museum Auditorium at 7pm Wednesday, and he joins us
to discuss his life and writings.