Art historian Simon O'Sullivan discusses his recently published monograph, On the Production of Subjectivity: Five Diagrams of the Finite-Infinite Relation, in this upcoming lecture.
Visual artist and SFAI faculty John Roloff discusses his conceptual work with site, process, and natural systems in the upcoming lecture Sentient Terrains: Selected Works.
Scholar, artist, writer, and curator Thomas Zummer shares his thoughts on philosophy, aesthetics, and the history of technology in this upcoming lecture.
In this lecture, Mark Pauline, an SFAI alum and founder of Survival Research Laboratories, talks about how he helped pioneer large-scale machine performance.
Cuban-born artist Wilfredo Prieto discusses his powerful art with minimal gestures in the upcoming lecture More with Less.
Kota Ezawa’s projects have taken the form of digital animations, slide projections, lightboxes, paper cutouts, intaglio etchings, ink drawings, and wood sculptures, and often draw on images from art history and popular culture.
Hans Winkler has been realizing projects in public space since 1984, intervening into the reality of daily life and the perception of popular symbols.
Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who makes solo works combining a wide range of vocal techniques with electronic processing, samples, gesture activated MIDI controllers, and video.
Rhea Anastas is an art historian and curator, and is currently Interim Director of the MA Art and Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere program at Roski School of Fine Arts, USC.
Susan Silton works across media including photography/video, installation, performance, text, audio, lithography, and internet technologies.
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