Professor Pell will be debuting his work, “The Mermaid De-Extinction Project” as part of the “Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology” exhibition.
Month: October 2019
The talk, titled “Mechanical victories. Of machines, proletarians and the politics of the avant-garde,” is part of the Youngstown University Art Lecture Series.
“Rock Bottom” is a work of live aquatic theater and a deep dive through the sunken wreckage of cynicism.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of The Warhol, Professor Alisha Wormsley creates “AWxAW: fifteen minutes of fame,” a participatory art installation.
Professor Angela Washko’s work is part of “Open World: Video Games and Contemporary Art” at the Akron Museum of Art.
Chen’s video installation, “Expose Her” is a portal into the secret life of a woman who creates an alter-ego after a traumatic event.
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Professor Paolo Pedercini’s game “Nova Alea” is part of the exhibition “Inner Space,” a section of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale.
For the “The Space I Am In: Oracles”, Wormsley was invited to respond the Museum’s permanent collection.
Hilary Harp and Professor Silver’s short film, “Stinkhorn,” is an official selection of QFest: The San Antonio LGBT International Film Festival.