THE FRAN AND WARREN RUPP CONTEMPORARY ARTIST LECTURE SERIES
These lectures are made possible in part by the Fran and Warren Rupp Contemporary Art Fund.
Artist, director, and award-winning cinematographer Arthur Jafa examines his 30-year career and discusses how he uses a range of visual media and music to examine black life and culture in the United States.
In his lecture, Paglen will discuss his projects dealing with images, infrastructure, vertical geographies, artificial intelligence, and the changing nature and politics of landscape.
Cleveland native Allen Ruppersberg is one of the most influential and inventive conceptual artists to emerge in the late 1960s. Enjoy a conversation between Ruppersberg and Siri Engberg, curator of visual arts at the Walker Art Center, to learn more about his groundbreaking work and upcoming exhibitions. Free; ticket required.
Mishka Henner is among a new generation of artists redefining the role of photography in the internet age. Much of his work navigates through this vast digital terrain to focus on key subjects of cultural and geo-political interest. In this presentation, he'll focus on the diversity of his influences and practice, and on controversies surrounding his projects.