In April, I will visit Brown University, where I will present a keynote for "Earth(ly) Matters: New Directions in Environmental Humanities," a symposium organized by the Cogut Institute for the Humanities. I will discuss my recent scholarly and creative research on environmental sensing and nonhuman sense.
In March I'm excited to travel to Lithuania where I'll be in residence at Nida Art Colony. I'll be working on a new project about environmental sensing as I explore the Curonian Spit!
In February I'm honored to lecture on my artwork and Object-Oriented Feminism for the Colorado College Philosophy Colloquium, themed this year on "Feminisms and Peripheries."
Colorado College Philosophy Colloquium Lecture
February 8, 2018
Colorado Springs, CO
Anonymous Autonomous is a new interactive installation that will be the core of my upcoming solo exhibition in February 2018 at Robert Morris University.
I've worked with Tommy Martinez and David Sheinkopf in the Tech Lab at Pioneer Works where I'm currently in residence. My next stop will be a residency in January 2018 at RMU's Media Arts Department leading up to the exhibition.
Anonymous Autonomous is an interactive art installation that transforms office chairs into driverless cars. Through the motif of mobility, the project explores how deskilling and automation are undermining classically American values like freedom and individualism that have inspired car culture along with the rise of the creative class.
This project has received additional support from The MacDowell Colony and the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences at Baruch College, CUNY.
Stay tuned for details!
It's an honor and a pleasure to close out a fabulous month in India by speaking about my work at Clark House Initiative. I will be in conversation with Zasha Colah.
Please join us on January 7 at 6 PM.
Clark House Initiative
Ground Floor, Clark House
8 Nathalal Parekh Marg (Old Wodehouse Road)
opposite the Sahakari Bhandar and near Woodside Inn
Regal Cinema roundabout, Colaba, Bombay 400039