• Screenprint of a woman standing in front of a fireplace with gold leaf

    Lecture Series: Alisha Wormsley

    Alisha Wormsley investigates collective memory and the synchronicity of time, specifically through the stories of women of color.

  • Seven large flat sculptures of serene faces installed in a shallow pool of water

    Lecture Series: Jaume Plensa

    Jaume Plensa creates sculptures and installations that aim to unify individuals through connections of spirituality, the body, and collective memory.

  • Headshot of a man in a coat

    Lecture Series: Hilton Als

    Pulitzer Prize winning critic Hilton Als’ writing and curatorial work shifts cultural awareness around issues of race, class, sexuality, and identity.

  • Black-and-white animation of people on a raft in a turbulent sea

    Lecture Series: Johannes DeYoung

    Blending computer animation with experimental processes in painting and drawing, Johannes DeYoung’s work explores themes of animism and human psychology.

  • Installation view of an exhibition showing an abstract wood sculpture and photographs of instruments of war (bullets, bombs, etc.)

    Lecture Series: Walid Raad

    Walid Raad’s work examines the role of documentation in the representation of collective traumatic events and their use in the construction of memory and narrative.