Mira Schor, “Living Between Visuality, Materiality, and Language”
Thursday, October 16, 6:30-8:00
RISD Museum, Danforth Room
Artist and writer Mira Schor is the author of the blog A Year of Positive Thinking and the essay collections WET: On Painting, Feminism, and Art Culture and A Decade of Negative Thinking: Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life. Her paintings and writings combine political, theoretical, and formalist inquiry into expressions that are critical, personal, and inviting at once. Schor will share some of her writings and work and reflect on living between word and image.
This lecture is the third in the series “It, Me, You, Us: Close Encounters with Interpretation,” which explores varied ways of writing about and engaging with art, with an emphasis on the sensory, the subjective, and the shared.
Co-programmed and co-sponsored by the RISD Museum, the RISD Writing Center, Teaching + Learning in Art + Design, the Mapping Identities initiative of the Provost’s Office, Division of Graduate Studies, History of Art and Visual Culture, and Brown University’s John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage