A screening and artist talk with Gray Center Mellon Fellow Victor Burgin, presented by the Film Studies Center on Thursday April 2, 7p at the Logan Center for the Arts, 201. Free and open to the public.
The RICHARD AND MARY L. GRAY CENTER FOR ARTS AND INQUIRY is a new forum at the University of Chicago for experimental collaborations between artists and scholars.
The Black Death Project, a Mellon Collaborative Fellowship for Arts Practice & Scholarship, continues in Spring 2015 with a team-taught course, The Politics and Art of Black Death, and a series of events featuring project collaborators and invited guests.
Bilingual Knowledge Bilingual Stories, a Mellon Collaborative Fellowship for Arts Practice & Scholarship, launches in Spring 2015 with a team-taught course, Dimensions of Bilingualism, and a series of events with project collaborators and invited guests.
Overlay, a Mellon Collaborative Fellowship for Arts Practice & Scholarship, launches in Spring 2015 with a team-taught course, Architectural History and Critical Media Practice, and a series of events with D.N. Rodowick, Victor Burgin and invited guests.
The Mellon Collaborative Fellowship project Afterword is a new intermedia opera composed by MacArthur Fellow GEORGE LEWIS and produced in collaboration with film and theater artist CATHERINE SULLIVAN and interdisciplinary artist SEAN GRIFFIN, in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Solveig Nelson, a Ph.D student in Art History, has been awarded the first Mellon/Gray Center Graduate Student Internship to support her work with D.N. Rodowick & Victor Burgin's project Overlay, a Mellon Fellowship for Arts Practice and Scholarship.