Two artists who practice within and around the discipline of Architecture–Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture) and Mike Nesbit–exhibit and perform a live studio session of their ongoing collaboration. Both Lostritto and Nesbit use their work to provoke architectural questions via structured procedures. In Lostritto’s work, he controls algorithms in the domain of drawing. In Nesbit’s […]
Announcements + Updates
Amy Goodwin (Critic, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is one of three artists exhibiting in the show entitled, Color Play at McGowan Fine Art (10 Hills Avenue, Concord, NH). The exhibition features a range of Goodwin’s paintings and works on paper. Color Play is currently on view and run through to 2nd June, 2017.
Esther Thyssen (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) has been awarded a Fulbright Grant for Spring 2018. Thyssen’s research project considers the reception of American art in Romania during the years of communist regimes prior to 1989. The Center for American Studies at the University of Bucharest, Romania will also host two courses […]
Ijlal Muzaffar (Assistant Professor, History of Art + Visual Culture) was recently interviewed by Hashim bin Rashid for the leading Pakistani weekly magazine, The New on Sunday (TNS). The article entitled, Korangi was Desiged to be at War with its Residents, engages with the topics of politics and ethics of urban design and planning.
Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) and his colleagues are featured in a new book released by Princeton Architectural Press. The book, Transmaterial Next: A Catalogue of Materials That Redefine Our Future, includes three of their innovative projects. It is the latest installment in the bestselling Transmaterial series by Blaine Brownell, one of the preeminent scholars of […]
Agnieszka Taborska (Senior Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) recently had her book, The Unfinished Life of Phoebe Hicks, featured in the 10 Best Polish Books Coming Out in Translation This Year. The book is illustrated by RISD alumna Selena Kimball (Sculpture, 1997) and recounts the fictional life of Phoebe Hicks a spiritualist whose […]
Brian Kane (Critic, Industrial Design) took part in a panel discussion at the Splice Audio Visual Performing Arts Festival 2017 in London, England. His panel discussed, Sampling in AV, and examined the development, use, and abuse of audiovisual sampling. Kane also took apart in a performance and interactive installation, Emergency Broadcast Network “Full Release” Kane performed with fellow RISD […]
Kai Franz (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) will present new and recent works at the David Winton Bell Gallery in List Arts Center at Brown University. While Still Before Us After All places Franz’s art in conversation with the architecture of List Art Building, designed by iconic American modernist Philip Johnson. New sculptures included […]
Johnny Adimando (Technical Assistant, Printmaking) was recently featured in an artist profile by the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (RISCA). Adimando was the recipient of the 2016 RISCA Fellowship in Drawing and Printmaking, the profile is quoted in full below. Johnny Adimando’s work has been defined as; “art that speaks to a constantly […]
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