Andy Bichlbaum is co-founder of The Yes Men—a quasi-organization that sheds light on institutional cover-ups and exposes high-level corruption by hijacking the media and infiltrating corporate communication streams. The Yes Men publically reveal the misdeeds, abusive policies, and generally bad behavior of their targets, which have included corporations, government agencies, lobbying groups, and news outlets.
Artist and SFAI Visiting Fellow Chris Johanson talks about his work exploring the quandary that is the modern human condition, traversing the age of consumerism, and other perilous psychological phenomena such as self-help, psychotherapy, and cult spirituality.
Artist Carolina Caycedo invites us to explore the inner and outer spaces of our bodies, our neighbors, and our locales in a series of performances organized by the SFMOMA. SFAI hosts Caycedo's telescopic exploration of the landmarks and limits from the rooftop amphitheater of its Chestnut Street Campus.
Directed by Iwan Schumacher, this 90-minute documentary on artist Urs Fischer is structured around an approaching pinnacle of the artist’s career: a one-man exhibition at the New Museum, New York, in 2009.
Carolee Schneemann discusses her work—which spans performance, video, installation, photography, text, and painting—and the role its played in transforming discourse on the body, sexuality, and gender.