Place Making and Social Aesthetics: Accounting for Place and Politics in Everyday Life with Dr. Arijit Sen
Ross describes the redirection of her ceramic practice through the use of animal collaborations and the histories of porcelain.
Based in Buenos Aires, Vilma Villaverde is one of the most prominent Argentine ceramic artists working with the figure.
Inspired by personal narrative and day-to-day interpersonal relationships, his paintings concentrate on employing abstraction to communicate the poetics of the human experience.
A presentation focusing on excerpts from Mendi and Keith’s recent intermedia works, opera-masquerades and single media works.
Beaubien will discuss how photography is used to complicate collage forms that overlap, intersect and upend expectations of foreground, background, object, subject and motion.
Catanese will be presenting installations, printmaking, hand papermaking with electronic inclusions and site-specific projects, as well as a number of electronic media artworks.