School of Art
Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Thursday, Sept. 12 - 6 pm | F200
Chris Kraus is well known for her role as an influential film and video maker in the New York Downtown scene of the mid-eighties.
Thursday, Sept. 19 - 6 pm | F200
Andrés Jaque and Office for Political Innovation explores the potential of postfoundational politics and symmetrical approaches to the sociology of technology to rethink architectural practices.
Thursday, Sept. 26 - 6 pm | F200
Gisele Vienne, born in 1976, is a Franco-Austrian artist, choreographer and director.
Wednesday, Oct. 2 - 7 pm | F200
Amirali Ghasemi is a Tehran-born artist, graphic designer and curator. Ghasemi has shown his photographs, videos and design works in various festivals and exhibitions internationally.
Thursday, Oct. 3 - 6 pm | F200
Karl Haendel meticulously hand-rendered, photorealistic graphite drawings reproduce images culled from the world of mass media and everyday objects, calling into question art world conceptions of originality, production and reproduction.
Thursday, Oct. 10 - 6 pm | F200
The Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series welcomes Ruth Estevez, REDCAT gallery director and curator.
Andrew Norman Wilson
Tuesday, Oct. 15 - 7 pm | F200
Andrew Norman Wilson work has been featured in Aperture, Artforum, DIS Magazine, Tank Magazine, Rhizome and more.
Thursday, Oct. 17 - 6 pm | F200
Crosher uses photography as a starting point to examine the fiction of documentary and the archive, provoking an ambiguity that highlights the strategies and structures of fantasyas much as they expose anything concrete.
Thursday, Oct. 24 - 6 pm | F200
Daniel Joseph Martinez is recognized for his complex, multilayered, and often controversial work.
David Kelley & Patti Chang
Thursday, Oct. 31 - 6 pm | F200
David Kelley is an artist working interchangeably between photography, video sculpture and installation. Patty Chang is well-known for her performative works which deal with themesof gender, sexuality, language and empathy.
Thursday-Friday, Nov. 7-8 - 6 pm | F200
Since the late ’90s, Pentecost, along with a number of artists such as those associated with the Critical Art Ensemble, have sought to use art to politicize and create public knowledge around the production, distribution, and consumption of food.
Thursday, Nov. 14 - 6 pm | F200
Her work for the stage, gallery and public sphere include individual and collaborative investigations into questions of the body, agency and the phenomenology of race, and has been presented locally, nationally and internationally.
Thursday, Nov. 21 - 6 pm | F200
Thursday, Dec. 5 - 6 pm | F200
Mariana Botey is currently the academic director for the interdisciplinary graduate seminar Zonas de Disturbio, a collaboration project of the Art History Graduate Program and the Campus Expandido Program at the University Museum for Contemporary Art (MUAC) in Mexico City.
Thursday, Dec. 12 - 6 pm | F200
Charles Ray is widely regarded as one of the most significant artists of his generation. He is best known for his sculptures of altered and refashioned familiar objects.