& Vicki Reynolds Pepper
Artistic Research in
the 21st Century: Turning the Inside-Out
November 13, 20124:15 - 5:30 p.m. George C.S. Benson Auditorium
will be served following the lecture.
In his work, Warren Neidich explores how cultural practices—be they concrete poetry, experimental film, feminist performance, post-colonial literature or noise music—disrupt the conditions of designed and mediated space, and in doing so, provide new capacities with which the brain might script the mind's imagination. Warren Neidich has exhibited at PS1-MOMA, New York; The Whitney Museum ofAmerican Art, New York; LACMA, Los Angeles; The ICA, London; The Ludwig Museum, Cologne; MUKHA, Antwerp; and Belgrade Cultural Center, Belgrade. He has received numerous awards including the Vilem Flusser Theory Award, Berlin (2010) and the Fulbright Scholar Program Fellowship (2011). He lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin and is a Research Fellow at Delft School of Design, The Netherlands.