Posts Tagged ‘Experimental and Foundation Studies’

Cabell Presents Contributors Inc. in Helsinki

Mimi Cabell (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) in collaboration with Phoebe Stubbs (MFA Glass ’11) will be presenting Contributors Inc., a project that uses the contents pages of magazines of art and design to reveal the biases in art’s critical history and canon, at the International Conference on Artistic Research at University of Arts […]

Greenlee Creates Audiovisual Monster at Anchorage Museum

Shawn Greenlee (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) recently gave a multi-channel audio performance at the Anchorage Museum Planetarium as part of the new Live at the Planetarium program, which will feature stars of the experimental music world through spring and summer 2017. The Alaska News Dispatch called Greenlee’s performance a “amazing audiovisual monster.” Greenlee was […]

Cabell Featured in Group Show ‘Working Forces’

Mimi Cabell (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in a collaborative installation, One Makes an Instrument of Themselves, and is Estranged Also, currently installed in the exhibition Working Forces at The Soap Factory (514 2nd Street SE) in Minneapolis. The exhibition is on show now through 18th December 2016. The installation is an investigation of […]

Gaetano-Adi presents at Conferences in Argentina and in Colombia

In May 2016 Paula Gaetano-Adi (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) presented at two conferences in South America. The first in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Gaetano Adi was invited to speak at the First Conference on Aesthetic and Decolonial Thinking organized by the Universidad Nacional de Avellaneda (UNDAV) and Duke University (Globalization and the Humanities Project). […]

Pender awarded Autodesk Pier 9 Residency, San Francisco

Stefanie Pender (Critic, Glass) will participate in a residency program at Autodesk Pier 9 in San Francisco. She will gain access to advanced CNC machines and build on previous material explorations with some of the most cutting-edge technology available today while drawing from a multifaceted network of technical support and expertise. She will work with […]

Greenlee Concert at 356 Mission

Shawn Greenlee (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) performed with his group Dos Mega at 356 Mission (356 S. Mission Road) in Los Angeles on the 12th May 2016. Group members include long-time Landed collaborator Joel Kyack, Bjorn Copeland (Black Dice), Scott Martin (Big Business), and Matt Johnson (Vincebus Eruptum). More information on Dos Mega […]

Hogarth Featured in Artscope Magazine

Emma Hogarth (Critic, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in the 10th anniversary issue of Artscope Magazine (March-April 2016) in their 10 for our 10th feature on ten New England artists. In her interview ‘Time Machine to the Present’ Hogarth discusses her latest site-responsive installation Compound Vision (2016) and the recurring themes of information, temporality and technology that […]

Hirst Exhibition at Center for Visual Research

  Leslie Hirst (Associate Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) opens a solo exhibition of her work entitled Objectively Speaking at the Cedar Crest College Center for Visual Research (100 College Drive, Allentown, PA) on March 14, 2016. There will be an artist’s talk is scheduled from 6:15 – 7:45pm held in conjunction with the opening reception. The […]

Kai Franz: The Particles Fell Silent

Kai Franz (Assistant Professor, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is the featured artist in a new exhibition Kai Franz: The Particles Fell Silent now on display at Rockelmann & (Schönleinstraße 5, Berlin) until 5th March 2016. The artist will also take part in a public conversation with the Berlin-based philosopher Martin Beck on 10th March 2016 from 7:00 […]