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Lectures and Talks

Anderman Photography Lecture: Keisha Scarville

Photographer Keisha Scarville uses her body, patterned fabrics, objects, and the landscape to explore themes of place, belonging, identity, family, loss, and transformation. In her pictures, she considers connections between presence and absence, landscape and the body, history and the present. Scarville reflects on ways absence can be visualized and on how the landscape can carry narratives.

Scarville was born and raised in Brooklyn, but Guyana, where her parents grew up and which she has visited many times throughout her life, informs and inspires much of her work. She studied at Rochester Institute of Technology and her work has been widely exhibited and collected. Keisha Scarville lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and is currently adjunct faculty at the International Center of Photography and Parsons School of Design.

Logan Lecture: Diana Thater

Among the most important artists to emerge in the early 1990s, Los Angeles-based artist Diana Thater creates encompassing film and video installations in which she suffuses architectural space with layers of color, imagery, and light. Thater reconsiders notions of time and space by exploring animal subjectivities and our precarious relationship with the natural world.

Join Rory Padeken, Vicki and Kent Logan Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art in conversation with Diana Thater about her groundbreaking work in moving images.

Photo of Diana Thater with Sudan, the last male northern white rhino. Shot on location in Kenya by T. Kelly Mason.


College Students are free with ID.

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