Fine Arts

Peltz exhibition ‘Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge’

Daniel Peltz (Professor, Film Animation Video) recently had a collaborative installation, Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge, at the Färgfabriken exhibition space. The installation and performance contained remains from the archives of two different artistic research projects he initiated and led in remote industrial towns become tourist sites: When we dig, things come up (Narrative fragments, Peking […]

recent screenings and shows

Steven Subotnick (Critic, Film Animation Video) has been featured in numerous international festivals and galleries. Highlights include, Dandelion and Two have been included in the Pompidou Centre’s, Mon Oeil, web series, Flight was part of a group show at Studio 44 gallery in Stockholm, Sweden in August, Little Girl was screened in festivals in Brazil, Australia, Germany, […]

Event: Artist & Poet Jen Bervin at GD Commons, 10/03, 6:30PM

Artist and poet Jen Bervin will be on campus for the launch of her book, Silk Poems, on Tuesday, 3rd October 2017 at 6:30PM at the GD Commons, Design Center.  The book is the final component of Jen’s Silk Poems project, conducted in conjunction with Tufts’ University’s Silk Lab. The project premiered at MASSMoCA in a yearlong exhibition and includes […]

Babcock Papermaking Installation at the Granoff Center

May Babcock (Critic, Printmaking) has a new collaborative installation, Ebb and Flow II, current on view at the Granoff Center (154 Angell Street, Providence), Brown University. Babcock and her fellow artist Megan Singleton were inspired by the waterways and flora of the Narragansett Bay, dendritic patterns found in watershed maps and plant forms are interpreted […]

Sittenfeld Photoessay in New York Times

Josephine Sittenfeld (Lecturer, Photography) was recently featured in the New York Times. Her photographs accompany a feature written by Cammie McGovern and entitled, Looking Into the Future for a Child With Autism, which trended as one of the most emailed articles after its publication at the end of August.   Image Credit: New York Times