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Studio Lecture Series: Sondra Perry

Thursday, September 24, 2020 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Online via Zoom

Free

The Department of Art and Art History's Studio Lecture Series presents Sondra Perry. In this online artist's talk, Perry will discuss her body of work, including videos, performances, and installations, that foreground digital tools as a way to critically reflect on new technologies of representation and remobilize their potential. Her works examine how images are produced in order to reveal the way photographic representations are captured and re-circulated.

Sondra Perry was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, raised in New Jersey and North Texas, and has lived and worked in Newark, New Jersey, since 2019. She received her MFA from Columbia University, New York, and her BFA from Alfred University, Alfred, New York, in 2015 and 2012, respectively. Solo exhibitions include Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Cleveland, USA; Luma Westbau, Zürich, Switzerland; Institute of Contemporary Art Miami, USA; Disjecta, Portland, USA; Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London, UK; Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA; Squeaky Wheel, Buffalo, USA; The Kitchen, New York, USA; and Institute for New Connotative Action, Seattle, USA. Perry has participated in residencies at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts (2015–16), RECESS (2015), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2013), Ox-bow (2012), Vermont Studio Center (2011), and the Experimental Television Center (2011). Learn more at sondraperry.com.

Please register in advance. You will receive a confirmation email containing a link to join the Zoom webinar.

Sponsored by the Millicent Greenwell Clapp Fund for Studio Art

Image: you out here look n like you don't belong to nobody: heavy metal and reflective. Manual Override - The Shed, 2019. HD video on monitor, SD video on TFT LCD with sound, iron casting crucible, (whatever the proper name for the aluminum pieces for the building is), 7 pound sad irons, Railroad spikes, 18th-19th century crab rattle shackles, 18th-19th century shackles, Campo del Cielo iron meteorites, Black iron oxide, Red iron oxide, 1-octen-3-ol, Web cameras, Hard drives, Sd card readers, Audio and video cables, water. Image credit: Dan Bradica & Gregory Carideo.

Visitor Information: This event will take place online via Zoom. Please register in advance (your name and email address are required). After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing a link to join the Zoom webinar. You do not need a Zoom account to participate. We look forward to having you!

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General Public
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Department of Art & Art History
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