Kovak’s work “Fog in the Cosmos” is part of the exhibition “Abstract.”
Author: Andy Ptaschinski
On Saturday, I had the honor of presiding over our first in-person diploma ceremony in two years, and what a joy it was to be back together!
Susanne’s steadfast conviction that art is an essential political force has inspired generations of students.
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My art explores a ritualistic and regenerative relationship between my body and the earth as a means of self-healing.
My head is constantly running through images of people that have taken a part of or are still existent in my life and I generate real or made-up narratives around them.
I love HipHop to the absolute death and as it has tightened its hold around me, I’ve had to find ways to make its worth known in the academic art space.
Hollis Frampton (1936–1984) was one of the most important experimental filmmakers and theorists of his time.
The panel is moderated by Eva Respini, Chief Curator at ICA/Boston and features curators and artist in “Density’s Glitch.”
Density’s Glitch presents “a range of sensuous and defiant magik,” examining iterations of embodiment as a liminal realm.