Meg Santisi

Meg Santisi (BA 2013, Art History, Columbia College Chicago) is an art historian and an artist. Theatre, film, new media, and installation art are central to her interests. Meg writes about avant-garde performance, new media, film history, and the theatre as a visual field. Her current research focuses on the early sculpture and performances of theatre director Robert Wilson. Her graduating thesis titled “Mental Landscapes: Psychological Immersion in the Work of Robert Wilson” received the 2013 Hollis Sigler Art+Design Manifest Award for Art History. As an artist Meg is currently working on a series of sculptures that disrupt traditional theatrical conventions such as: the red velvet curtain, the chandelier, and the overture. She hopes to continue combining her academic research with a studio practice as she applies for graduate programs in Visual Studies. // www.megsantisi.virb.com

Meg Santisi

Meg Santisi (BA 2013, Art History, Columbia College Chicago) is an art historian and an artist. Theatre, film, new media, and installation art are central to her interests. Meg writes …

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