Critic Lisa Young tells us about "Free Fall", an experiment in "biographical sky-diving" and other news

Lisa Young, a critic in the Photography department, recently told us about what she is working on.

“New Work:

D. Graham Burnett and Lisa Young. ‘Free Fall,’ 2010, total running length, 17 minutes

‘D. Graham Burnett, Professor of History, Princeton University, and artist Lisa Young, Critic, Rhode Island School of Design, teamed to produce a multimedia project that premiered as part of  ‘Seeing from Above,’ a conference at the Wellcome Trust, London.  Part éloge, part montage, the collaborative piece ‘Free Fall: The Life and Times of Bud ‘Crosshairs’ MacGinitie,’ is an experiment in ‘biographical sky-diving.’ View ‘Free Fall’ here: http://www.princeton.edu/history/people/display_person.xml?netid=dburnett

New Acquisition:

My ‘Calendar’ book and video were accepted into the Artist Book Collection of the Getty Research Institute. Accession number: 2009.A.146.

On Exhibition:

‘Journey,’  a print from www.fortunehunting.org is included in ‘Transport: Phase II,’ the continuation of the yearlong theme of  ‘transport’ at Proteus Gowanus, an interdisciplinary gallery and reading room in Brookyn, NY.  ‘Transport’ explores ‘how we get there’ through themes of falling, rising, rolling and changing perspective in an exhibition of art, artifacts and books.  www.proteusgowanus.com

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