Meriem Bennani: Ghariba/Stranger (installation view at Art Dubai), 2017; Photo: the artist and SIGNAL
William Kentridge. Photo: Norbert Miguletz
SMOMA’s assistant curator of media arts gathers key Bay Area arts leaders from the past and future practice of video art.
The UC Davis professor examines the pragmatic considerations and aesthetics of exhibition design—particularly in relation to the immersive, sonic, and time-based nature of video art.
The Moroccan artist discusses her multimedia practice, which ranges from immersive installations to works for Snapchat and Instagram.
Neshat discusses consideration of transnational politics and feminism across photography, narrative film, and video art.
Renowned filmmaker and video artist Steve McQueen discusses his interdisciplinary practice, focusing on the themes of social, psychological, and political traumas in his work.
Note: this presentation is presented on Tuesday, March 30, as an exception to the regular Thursday schedule.
Hear Mosse talk about the aesthetic vocabulary of video art and how it has helped him reframe both documentary film and his photographic practice.
Join the Berlin-based artist for a discussion about the role of video art in examining pop culture, community, and real-world adversity.
The Whitney curator reexamines the history of video art to foreground Black video artists’ approaches to performance, space, surveillance, sound, and power.
Key leaders in the development of video art discuss the importance of archives and preservation, as well as the possibilities of new platforms as these hybrid forms continue.
Renowned South African based artist William Kentridge speaks about his interdisciplinary practice across film, video installation, theater, and drawing, focusing also on political themes of racial injustice and decolonization.
Note: this presentation is presented on Tuesday, February 23, as an exception to the regular Thursday schedule.
SFMOMA’s curator of media art shares insights into the work of groundbreaking artist Nam June Paik and explores his use of different types of visual media.
Join world-renowned curators of media and performance art for a lively panel discussion.
The artist, writer, and curator discusses how video and documentary media can engage a community.
The multimedia British artist discusses the ways in which his practice translates history and carries it into the present.
Join the first installment in the Arts + Design Thursdays spring event series, offering an introduction to time-based media art and an overview of the series.