Visiting Artist Mary Lucier will be conducting 30 minute studio visits with Interdisciplinary Arts graduate students on Friday, April 6, from 10am – 5pm.
To be considered:
We will be conducting a lottery for time slots, which is open to all Interdisciplinary Arts students. In order to be considered, you must email Jessica Cochran (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday, April 2, 5pm
We will notify students no later than Monday, April 2, 9pm
-Unless otherwise noted by the student upon signup, meeting is in their studio.
-First student of the day responsible for meeting her.
-When meeting is finished, student is responsible for delivering her to next student location
-Last student before lunch responsible for bringing her to Kris Johnson / main office
-First student after lunch will meet her at main office.
To learn more about her extraordinary work visit:
ABOUT MARY LUCIER
Mary Lucier has been making video art and installations since the early 1970’s. Her work has been shown in major museums around the world where it now resides in numerous collections, such as the Reina Sofia, Madrid, The Whitney Museum, New York, The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Milwaukee Art Museum, and ZKM Karlsrhue, Germany. She has been the recipient of many awards and fellowships, including the Guggenheim Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, Creative Capital, USA Artist Fellowship, and the Japan-US Friendship Commission.
Current work includes a cycle of tapes and installations based in Japanese Buddhist Convents and a project scheduled for the Brooklyn Museum of Art in 2011 called “Genealogy: The Dutch Connection.” Her work is represented by Lennon, Weinberg Gallery, New York, with video distribution by Electronic Arts Intermix.