I am primarily a music inspired video artist, and I make some sculptures on the side.
Month: March 2020
I am a sculptor and image-maker, using tactics of translation to move between the two.
Lyndon Barrois Jr. joins the School of Art as Assistant Professor of Art in the area of Painting.
Lyndon Barrois Jr. translates the language of printing and design layout into a variety of formal and material juxtapositions.
In many ways, I am a sincere documentarian. I tell stories through image and text. I am interested in the networks of labor involved in both making and viewing.
The Art Newspaper, CityLab, and Arnet News all recently interviewed Professor Rubin and Kashani about the exhibition, and Hyperallergic published a review.
I’ve had to find creative energy in smaller ways, like keeping the windows open on nice days to pay attention to the sounds, or rearranging my bedroom furniture.
A GoFundMe campaign to provide emergency funds to Pittsburgh-area artists and arts workers has raised $20,000 in just ten days.
While you’re stuck at home, here are a few ideas to keep busy from members of our faculty.
Hubbard leveled distinctions between different types of subjects, availing herself of photography’s capacity to make the commonplace strange.