School of Art
Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Tues. 2/5 @ 7 PM / F200
Andrea Fraser’s work has been identified with performance, video, project-based art, context art, and institutional critique.
Tone Olaf Neilsen & Martin Goll
Thurs. 2/7 @ 6 PM / F200
Tone Olaf Nielsen is an independent curator, whose practice is based on a firm belief in the ability of artistic and curatorial work to contribute to social and political transformation.
Thurs. 2/14 @ 7 PM / F200
Ming Wong (b. 1971, Singapore) currently lives and works in Berlin. Wong explores the performative veneers of language and identity, through his own 'world cinema.'
Thurs. 2/21 @ 6 PM / F200
Kathryn Andrews (b.1973 Mobile, Alabama) gets inspiration for her sculptures from driving around Los Angeles and taking in the city’s jumble of cultures, styles and values.
Corinne May Botz
Thurs. 2/28 @ 6 PM / F200
Corinne May Botz is a photographer known for her disquieting images of domesticity.
Thurs. 3/7@ 6 PM / F200
Inspired by the seventeenth-century Spanish still-life tradition, Lesley Vance carefully arranges and lights objects such as fruits or shells.
Jack Judith Halberstam
Tues. 3/12 @ 7 PM / F200
Queer Arts Collective (QAC) with Paul Brach Lecture Series is delighted to host Jack Halberstam for a lecture on his new book "The Wild". Something that we at QAC admire, among other things is how Halberstam refers to 'queer', "non-normative logics and organizations of community, sexual identity, embodiment, and activity in space and time.”
Thurs. 3/14 @ 7 PM / F200 (Interview Day)
Artist, filmmaker, and writer, Michelle Dizon, was born and raised in Los Angeles as part of the Philippine diaspora.
Thurs. 3/21 @ 6 PM / F200
Jesal Kapadia is an artist from Mumbai and a graduate of the Whitney Independent Study Program.
Tues. 4/2 @ 7 PM / F200
Suhail Malik is a writer and currently Visiting Faculty at CCS. Malik holds a Readership in Critical Studies at Goldsmiths, London, where he is Programme Co-Director of the MFA Fine Art.
Thurs. 4/4 @ 6 PM / F200
Lucy Raven is an artist living in Oakland, CA and NYC. “Raven uses animation as the foundation for her explorations into the relationship of still photography to the moving image.
Anton Vidokle and Julieta Aranda
Thurs. 4/11 @ 6PM / F200
Anton Vidokle was born in Moscow and arrived to the U.S. in 1981, settling on Broome Street on the Lower East Side.
Thurs. 4/18 @ 6 pm / F200
Martha Rosler was born in Brooklyn in 1943. She studied her B.A. from Brooklyn College in 1965 and her M.F.A. from the University of California, San Diego in 1974.
Thurs. 4/25 @ 6 pm / F200
For this lecture, Carlos Motta will discuss his ongoing projects, which draw upon political history in an attempt to create counter narratives that recognize the inclusion of suppressed histories, communities, and identities.
Thurs/ 5/2 @ 6 pm / F200
Since 2006 Connie Butler has been Chief Curator of Drawings at MOMA, New York where she has organized major exhibitions including, "On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century" (2011); "Greater New York" (2010) at MOMA PS1; 'Paul Sietsema: Figure 3" (2008); and "Marlene Dumas: Measuring Your Own Grave" (2008).
Tues. 5/7 @7 pm / F200
"My acts, my painting, my photographing, my considering, are part of, not separate from, this process of evolution and change. These photographs are not so much about this process as they are remnants from it. My participation was not so much one of intellectual consideration as one of visceral involvement." John Divola, 1980.
Interview with John Divola on American Suburb: http://www.americansuburbx.com/2010/06/interview-interview-with-john-div...
Thurs. 5/9 @ 6 pm / F200
Jessica’s sculptures, photographs and installations investigate intimate points at which human intervention has changed the course of the natural world.