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Artist Talk

Visiting Artist Talk: Paul Chan

Artist Talk:
Friday, October 29
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2:30-3:30 p.m.

“The Radical Legacy of Tominaga Nakamoto, the 18th century Japanese philosopher who inspired Bitcoin”

Members of the MCAD community are welcome to attend this talk by Paul Chan. In this presentation he will introduce the life and ideas of Tominaga Nakamoto (1715–1746) and speculate on the relationship between Tominaga's philosophical and aesthetic outlook and how Bitcoin works as a technology and cultural phenomenon.

Visiting Artist Talk: Paul Chan

Artist Talk:
Friday, October 29
Add to Calendar

2:30-3:30 p.m.

“The Radical Legacy of Tominaga Nakamoto, the 18th century Japanese philosopher who inspired Bitcoin”

Members of the MCAD community are welcome to attend this talk by Paul Chan. In this presentation he will introduce the life and ideas of Tominaga Nakamoto (1715–1746) and speculate on the relationship between Tominaga's philosophical and aesthetic outlook and how Bitcoin works as a technology and cultural phenomenon.

Visiting Artist Talk: Paul Chan

Artist Talk:
Friday, October 29
Add to Calendar

2:30-3:30 p.m.

“The Radical Legacy of Tominaga Nakamoto, the 18th century Japanese philosopher who inspired Bitcoin”

Members of the MCAD community are welcome to attend this talk by Paul Chan. In this presentation he will introduce the life and ideas of Tominaga Nakamoto (1715–1746) and speculate on the relationship between Tominaga's philosophical and aesthetic outlook and how Bitcoin works as a technology and cultural phenomenon.

Visiting Artist Series: Jessica Vaughn and Hamza Walker

Artist Talk:
Monday, October 18
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1:00-2:00 p.m.

Hamza Walker, director of LAXART, a nonprofit art space in Los Angeles, and an adjunct professor at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, will be in conversation with Jessica Vaughn, a Brooklyn and Philadelphia-based multimedia artist whose practice is a dedication to understanding materials and images and how they function politically, socially and conceptually in the world. Her most recent artworks in sculpture, video, and photography interrogate questions of labor, race, architecture and modularity in space.

Sponsored by the Grey Fund

Visiting Artist Series: Jessica Vaughn and Hamza Walker

Artist Talk:
Monday, October 18
Add to Calendar

1:00-2:00 p.m.

Hamza Walker, director of LAXART, a nonprofit art space in Los Angeles, and an adjunct professor at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, will be in conversation with Jessica Vaughn, a Brooklyn and Philadelphia-based multimedia artist whose practice is a dedication to understanding materials and images and how they function politically, socially and conceptually in the world. Her most recent artworks in sculpture, video, and photography interrogate questions of labor, race, architecture and modularity in space.

Sponsored by the Grey Fund

Visiting Artist Series: Jessica Vaughn and Hamza Walker

Artist Talk:
Monday, October 18
Add to Calendar

1:00-2:00 p.m.

Hamza Walker, director of LAXART, a nonprofit art space in Los Angeles, and an adjunct professor at the School of Art Institute of Chicago, will be in conversation with Jessica Vaughn, a Brooklyn and Philadelphia-based multimedia artist whose practice is a dedication to understanding materials and images and how they function politically, socially and conceptually in the world. Her most recent artworks in sculpture, video, and photography interrogate questions of labor, race, architecture and modularity in space.

Sponsored by the Grey Fund

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